Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 6, 1922
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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Will Have
Vulcanizing in Connection The residents of !south Starko with

With Garage; homes along South Walnut,. street and
TAKE IMPORTANT : AFTER LAPSE I THIRTY YEARS on Lafayette and adjoining; !streets ED ON GENERAL

Wednesday a Telegraph reporter interviewed arc, of course proud of being citizens

D. Horee our enterprising", of Starke und especially are they

ACTION townsman about his purchase of the STARKE'S OLD COUNCIL "SIGNS Mr Bryan suggested! a monthly inspection proud of their own end of the city. ELECT'N BALLOTBoard :, r""

Starke Vulcanizing Works from R. AND DIE" TUESDAY WHILE of premises, .and urged that And quite justly so. Everyone enjoys

Burrows, just concluded. NEWLY ELECTED MAYOR ANI) the council !get a general spirit of a walk or a drive over Starke's I -

Tin board of county bond trustees "Yes I have bought out Mr. Bur ALDERMEN ARE SWORN INTO pride imbued in' all citizens well-kept improved streets, with the of county commissioners of \ 4

held a business meeting on Monday rows and taken possession" said Mr. OFFICE. : Chairman Griffin Enthusiastic. many attractive homes surrounded by Bradford county; Florida met in reg-

afternoon at their office in Starke. Boree. ':Mr. Burrows will be at the Chairman of the council T. J. Griffin lawns studded with beautiful flowers ular session October 2, 1922, with all ,

i considerable business_was taken up works a week or two longer Mr. Comer L. Peek, after a lapse of thirty asked for harmony among the and plants. members present as follows: J. M. ,i }

mil from the work authorized, it is Hartman who for several yean was years from politics was sworn in council. Mr. Griffin said, "I will appreciate But there is another route that is becoming Brownlee' ('\chairman J. W. Andrews '

evident that our good roads are not no I foreman in one of the largest garagesIn on Tuesday night last as mayor of your offering suggestions: for more popular daily, and that Is JY,, Louis H. Hill, H. P. Gainey and, ) '
far ''iff. Starke before a representation of the town's betterment Unless council the James Reynolds ;
Detroit Mich., will have charge of drive south on Walnut turning ,
rho board accepted the engineer's my garage and vulcanizing business. prominent citizens. Besides Mayor and people pull together we shall !get west on Lafayette under the shade of Minutes of last meeting read and

iiirvey of lateral road No. 1 from "The Peek J. W. Andrews Jr., T. J. Griffin nowhere. Call our attention to tho those magnificent oaks, lining the entire approved. k
garage situated at lumber
to the farm of Leaston Wynn my and J. C. Robinson were sworn in troubles and the council will get with ,) I
length of the street, and then a +
yard on Cherry street. I am only Petition received from citizens of ,
of Graham. At the as aldermen. This combination with them. With help of citizens, our
hthe way same delightful return over Madison street
waiting for some machinery to arrive, I nwiry asking! that the name of E. M. c'
will fulfill and
board authorized adver I Alderman S. A. Bryan and AldermanO. council hope even
time the an Here one is quite enraptured with the
then we will be ready for !general !garag Putt-it, ; bo placed! upon the ticket for
tisement for bids for grubbing and J. Griffin, comprises both youth surpass the expectations already beauties encountered. "'
work there. I have not yet decided many Tropical the /general election to be held Nov. p ;
42 foot road this and maturity and with the right spirit made. {,
stumping a way on plants and sweet scented flowers. '
whether to move the vulcanizing With these remarks the first meeting 7, 1P22! as a candidate for the office i
of noth- )
co-operation predominating
road. I plant them or not. But in any ease, the of the council came to end. great orchards of pecans and fruits of constable of election district No.
ing but the best results can be ob new an
The engineer was instructed to be- will be not targeting Beck's Japanese persimmon 1.
public served in the host manner Harmony and co-operation are Upon motion his name was ordered .
tained. apparent
xin' the survey on the Sanderson road possible. We will recharge batter- in this new body and for the good orchard with Its tiny trees I placed upon said ticket _'
from Starke to the Union county line ics do Chairman Elected fairly loaded with this luscious golden Petition l
and! vulcanizing as cheaply as of Starke it in hoped( to be ever thus. filed from W. S. Cawthon ,. ;
"i'' Redding bridge. Also LawteyRaiford possible and(guarantee the work. We After having been sworn in by for fruit. Also ono sees oranges; with nor or more names Asking that 1,

road from intersection with the will also be the headquarters for the mer Mayor Davis, Mayor Peek took grapefruit and 1variety of other his name be placed upon the ticket I":

anderson: road at Mrs. Damon's place best' tires. the oath of office of each. member of SUDDEN DEATH OF II. I.. GRAYGainesville ;1I fruits !growing along this route, ns 1{I for the general election to be.held. November Y

the Claycounty line east of Law- the new council and chief of police. well us some fine looking; strawberry I
to" "Oh yes, I have a heavy auto truck ,. 7, 1022, as a candidate for the ,
for delivering lumber brick cement The council then went ilito session Sept. 30-All of Gainesville I gardens Tore in the lute evening, office of stnte superintendent of public '

tey.The hoard authorized advertising forbids sand sash and doors, etc., bought taking up as its first business the I mourns the death of H. L. Gray one gets wonderful view of en....rnnc- instruction.. Upon motion his name 't'i" '

for a carload of wire fencing to from me, and those who wish heavy election of a chairman and this honor one of the city's most prominent and ing sunsets, n sight which alone is was ordered placed upon said ticket. s "

he used in reconstructing fences hauling done can also be accommodated. fell with an unanimous vote upon T. highly esteemedcitizens, and the sympathy worth a drive over this route. Petition received from citizens .of :

where roads arc cut through; farms. I have plenty of men to load and J. Griffin. of the entire community goes This selection is called "Beautiful Lawtey asking that he name of Mrs. '

Bids will be asked for on 2500 fence unload and my charges arc reason- The new council jumped at once into I out to the family in their !great be- Oak Crest" addition which is n fitting Ruth Brosky be dropped from pauper

able.". the harness and made the numerous reavement. The news of his death name for this addition. T'hn residents /
posts six feet long and at least six upon motion said petition t
npointments customary for a new ad came as a distinct shock to all, for he of "Beautiful Oak Crest" intend
inches at the top in diameter. Mr. Boree is a live wire and is putting granted und her name ordered dropped
The board has received promisesthat his impress OB Starke's businesslife. ministration. I was In the best of health when last in to earn and retain the right: to from said roll.

the State Road Department will With his lumber yard as a nu City Attorney Gainesville' leaving here only a few the ,word "bonutiful," as regards their The death of Mrs. Martha Gatlin?

allot this county a gang of prisonersto cleus he will build up new business But one application was receivedfor days ago for Chiefland to attend to, part oP me city, oy improving and. (I 111'11& lepoited to the board and her ,

grade the roads and to assist in around( it, until "Boree Town" will bea the position of city attorney, con- his. lumber interests there. beautifying their homes and their pur.iu ordered dropped from pauper I II

stumping and grading. hive of busy workers. He is a shrewdman sequently-. M. Johns wag.; appoint He ate a hearty dinner yesterday,, surroundings! to such an extent that 1 roll. v..

In re-loeating the main road to of affairs, and when in his opin ed. it is said and after dinner went with, it will cr..ate'a renewed interest all I Petition of citizens nnd vicinty ask-

Brooker the trustees recognized the ion something will pay he starts it Health Officer some of his associates to the lumber over Starko to beautify and make that in,, for the appointment of inspector / '

importance of making provision for going. We wish him luck and hope Dr. W. E. Middleton being the only camp. They were walking and Mr.\ place worth seeing!, so that visitors as I for minks! and brands, wns upon mo-

the citizens of the Fogg neighborhoodand ; that his enterprising spirit will encourage applicant for the position of health Gray remarked that he was very tired will as homcfolks may all be proud of tie i, tabled indefinitely. s

provided for the improvementand others. officer was appointed. i One of the men took his coat off and our little city, as are the residents of Petition received from citizens of '

maintenance of a section of the Night Marshal put it on the ground and told him to, "Beautiful Oak Crest. .Starke and vicinity n king that an allowance -'

old road that will give these people DINNER FOR VETERANS Two applications were received for lie there and rest awhile. When they Let the people of Starke do any be made for W. W. Coleman

easy access to the main road at the the position of night marshal' namelyC. returned some two hours later to tteo thing and everything to !give Sturku a |land he was placed upon pauper roll ry,

town of Graham. At the cbnclusion! of their meeting C. Johns and the present marshal, about him he was just. where they real healthy boom and inks the Viand I ordered paid $5 per month. ,

\Wednesday of last week the members A. L. Alvarez. Mr. Alvarez present I left him dead. It is supposed acute towns of this vicinity and all (Florida i The petition asking for an allow-l\

:MRS MITCHELL ENTERTAINS U. of J. J. Dickison Comp, U. C. V., were ed a petition slgnedkby fifty reputable Indigestion was the source of his I sit up and take notice concerning the I'nnce for the Mose Smith children" wait. i

D. C. treated to a sumptuous dinner by the citizens asking' that he be reappointed. death. improvement and growth of I this(postponed Indefinitely. '

ladies of the W.). Weeks Chapter,. The council appointed Mr. Alvarez. H. I,. Gray was one of the most place | Upon motion the name of Mrs. ,,
U. D. C. Morgan Reappointed widely known lumber operators in this sOAI'7'IS'r
i Georgia; Milliard Will dropped from
Mrs J M. Mitchell charmingly en- ; ,
The dinner was served at the, courthouse J. A. Morgan was reappointed for section of the state, operating mills CHURCH IIULI.ETINA : ; ( I! the roll.
U. $
tertained the W. T. Weeks'' Chapter pauper
and the menu was as follows: street work at $90 a month. An application at Kanapaha Phifer, Hawthorne Eugene The board
proceeded appointmanagers
I). C. Wednesday afternoon, at her
Chicken pilau boiled ham, bread and i for $80'! a month from G. W. and Chiefland. He came here country boy unused to public and clerks for the several
home on W. Madison street Bowls of
butter pickles salads sliced tomn-! i Lee was received, but taking into con- with his family from Georgia about worship went to it church iji lloHton.He election of said fur
rich-hucd marigolds added to the at- precincts county "
peaches baked sideration the been was tired after his. first week of r <
toes, sweet pickled efficient work done in ten years ago having an extensive the general election to bo held Tuesday
and dining -
tractiveness of the reception -
rooms, which were thrown ensuite beans, Ire teas ice cream, cake and the past b=>- Mr. Morgan he was re- lumber operator in that state work In tho city BO slept through the after thu first Monday, in November r
coffee. appointed. ... prior to coming here. entire service. The closing prayer was
and filled with guests. 1022 the sumo being the 7th day
The veterans and their families enjoyed Other Appointments. Deceased is survived by his wife almost spoken when the hand of sleep f
The president Mrs. L. G. Powell, of sail month and clerk instructed t<.
the spread very much and appreciate George' C. White was reappointed a Mrs. Mollie Gray; four sons, Herbert was lifted from him. Ire opened his 4 f
occupied the chair and Mrs. A. Z. Ad- publish the names of said managers
i the kindness of the Indies on member of the board of bond trusteesfor Gray of Wacuhoota; Dr. Chas Gray eyes upon a devout congregation and
kins acted as secretary pro tem. The and clerks as required! by low, ns follows
this and former occasions.COMPLIMENTARY. a term of three years, his term of Sumner; Robert Gray anti Henry his cars caught the four closing words
registrar reported that the credentialsof having expired.. of Gainesville and daughter of the pinyej: "For Christ's sake :
Gray ; one
Mrs. P. E. Canova !Mrs. Will F. District No.1. Lnwtey-R. A. Blanchard -
: TICKETS' 10, W. L. Wall was reaP anted. fire Mrs.: Donald Morrison! of Atlanta Amen. The sleeping lad was Dwight I
S. W. C. J. T. Reddish
T. t
Godwin of Lawtey and Mrs. Woolen +
L. Moody and the lust words of that
THE GAIETY THEATRE) chief a position he has held for On.
Stark of Miami had been finished I manly closing led to his. conversionand managers, und G. H. I'eurcc, clerk. a
years The body was brought to Guin<>s- prayer
and the three named ladies are now District No. 2, Starku (north)-W. s''
J. C. Robinson, the progressive : Committee Named villq this morning and the funeral became tho motto of his life, a
E.: Davis T. P. Wall Harold Wall -
members of the ,
manager of the Gaiety Theatre is Chairman T. J. Griffin next named services will be held from the First life covering not only tiers but eternity ,
Delegates to the general convention managers and T. N. Kendrtck( clerk r
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of educationin I also
contributing to the cause his various committees to serve during Methodist church of which deceasedwas
in Birmingham were elected as fol- District No. :it, Starke (Kouth-J.) -f'1''
"Hunt thou not known ? hast thru .
by offeringto the
a very practical tanner term. His selection a member tomorrow afternoon
and !Mrs was as W. J. W. Kdwnrds.R... n .jNewsant
n. Morgan
lows' Mrs/'S. l .
(jErownlee each pupil of the Bradford High follows: conducted, by the pastor Rev. I. C. not hlard. that the everlasting/ God; "
L A Davis; Mrs W. E. Davis and the managers, und J. I.. Peek, .
School a complimentary ticket each Street' Committee Jenkins. the Lord, Creator of the ends of

Mrs. J. M. Mitchell, alternates.The time their name appears on the .T. W. Andrews Jr. chairman S. A. -. the earth, fainteth not, neither Is weary clerk. 6
finance committee, which is S DislYlct) No. ,I I'; Grnluim-,H. D. Was.
monthly honor roll. This offer will Bryan, J. Robinson.. :Mr. Gray and his family lived,I In ? Ho glvi\th power to the faint;
of Mrs. L. A. Anvil Mrs.A dm Thos.... Oldhiim Frank Aliernathy
composed be in effect all of the tern,of 1922-2: Finance and TaxationJ. Starke for several years and are well I and to them that have no might/ ha in- l.
Z. Adkins. and Miss Etta Tison manugern an,1V.. T. McKvnr clerk.
Grown people as well as children C. Robinson, chairman; O. J. remembered here. He was ut one croaseth strength. Even tin- youths ,
will silver tea Thursday the District No. 5, Hampton-JossaAlexander .
give a enjoy a reward for their Iftbor 110 a Griffin J. W. Andrews Jr. f UJTIP superintendent of the big fowling phall faint and weary and the young/
flltb!) the homo of Mrs L. A. J. V. Jones H. U. Hall
Inst., at I
free ticket to the movies will bo an Rules, Lawn. mid Ordinances mill, then located just north of the men shall utterly full; but they that I ,
Davis. A musical will be managers and A. !M. Williams, clerk
incentive to children in their' J. W. wait upon the Lord; shall renew their
many Andrews, Jr., (chairman; S. A. corporation line. But his timber bus
served. District .
refreshments No. li Thert'asaJUn.
rendered\ 1 ,
< school work. i Bryan, O. J. Griffin.Electric iness in Alachua, and Levy counties. strength; they shill mount up with e
The hostess served pineapple sherj son, H.V.. Moor, II. I U. !Slay, nmrn-< L
Light and Waterworkn compelled him to' move way. Mr. wings as eagles; they'ah.ill run, and
1) 't and delicious home made rake and R. C. Heiberger, clerk
j CIIAIK, CAMI'AIGN: J. C. Robinson chairman; S. A. Gray though wealthy was a hardworking ; not bIt w'eary; they shall walk and gem '
I and was assisted in serving by Mrs. faint' not" District No. 7, New River--G. W.
Bryan O. J. Griffin.
unostentatious man extremely -
A Adkins Misses! Lucile Mitchell Andr'wlt. J. E. AdklrM, S. C.' Crews '
"Buy a choir!" Is now the slogan SanitationS genial and was much \liked by The people gather for such waiting/ ,
| and Eli Jones. i r and AI. Phillips/ clerk
"e of the Woman's Club as they are A. his upon! God each Lord's Day runagers fji ,
Bryan, chairman; Q.. J. Griffin all. His many friends here regret : morning "
DIstrlet No. 8( Hrooker. H Kel-, t'
--- wprklng! to seat the auditorium J. C. Robinson. departure and evening, at 11-00: und 8:00.: Goodly I f
'moor I .\m\\ SESSION the new club house, 300 chairs Itf'l Mayor Peek Speaks number find inspiration and toy, A. L. Green J. K. demons, numattorn /,*

the desired goal I. At the completion of the busine ARTISTIC PAINTING strength In so doing> ; and we invite anti L. T. Oxteen, clerk

J ."r m regular; session Oct. The four finance committees are meeting, Mayor Comer L Peek arose you to join with us In this very needful The following j jm, tires of the poa
ill members' present viz: planning ,(&*o loon hAve a chair! campaign and addressing the chairman spoketo Kv'; < ryone must of late i have noted a ofeorclsa. filed! their report for thin month of 7
1 k '. \, A. Hazen and L. Interest possiblein The tor', will ::September t'J22: Floyd ,Green, dfi-
and everyone the council in part air follows: number - i purchasing one or more chairs far "Ilaving'no vote in the council I-can business firms They have been painted morning "A Weighty Word and in trlct No.2. and 6:. T. Stewart rl"trlct -

,if: !lit m'otinlI'ead and the largo beautiful auditorium. Thecoat only suggest: In my many years by Oscar VandeYllf\'ot'I| !', a painter the evening, "Light on Life Starke" No. 8,

,d.v. c of eaeh chair is '1.35. As am,:\ here have alwaj's been Interested in late ..f Belgium. ""None of the sig-ps, Dr. ftultvn proposes to, tell how ev-! The board adjourned to meet in IW'i
"s<1-m: .f H. H. Lowld as is seated and tlu 'rlal session October IK, 1M2 b: > r-.
the {
as every way possible for the community are elaborate: as such cost more than >
I: -,r, : district No. 16 wasd furniture arranged the clubhouse I liv-ing vise registration( books.
rest room may tax your patience by my JlU"",', customers care to pay, but the workmanship '
I a'> i > ffMtions but my intentions are for indicates that' finer work! \ ", .. G. W. ALDERMAN. < s I
C. *" and R. M. Crosby Clerk and Au>ii'. "> a
.lie. qod. I want the co-operation! of the could) bet done Ii desired r I The: Bible school begins upon a context

rated to fill the uncxpired 1LOOK !!council Woman's Club and the citizens But in painting tho front drop cur- for membership, punctuality and +

', t U H. Lewis;" and Leon Con- OUT FOR DENGUE of this! town. We are far behind tain of tho new Gaiety j Theatre Mr. r attendance on Sunday: morning at 9:1": :; I MARRIED AT JACKSONVILLE: r

Mf'aU"e.we haven't taken up thing Yiimli-viKvern, has had a better opportnnit'to -- sand all scholars, present and former, '
*I. 'no further business the broken hone fever U can Friends of Minn Willlo Belle Hpii. .
to be .
Dengue or We nuke this a bsautiful'place i l ; > show what ha can! do. The am urged present on the openIng
di) urnerl to meet first Monday Don't'caeh man a former resident. of Stan,
around the corner. of
lurking have the day tho
we climate, can net plants nV.tcr piece of the. 13x18 foot curtain I airplane race. Come
:ml it it can help it. Those wll and and get in the around the were greatly surprised! thin w *Jc b;'
' .1'L. you shruhbory, and my ambition in to is a charming; landscape piece and it race. W
' W. KICKLJTER never had it may get an Idea of whatIt nnke Starke the best community in I is flanked by advertisements. of Starke I B. Y. P. U. meats at 7:00: p. m. rl'J'j rocelvfrigf announcements. of her mar .rt.
WIGGINS Chairman. feels like from the account below,. the state well riage. Miss Spa rkmlln become! thhridd \>

acretary. given by A very Powell of the Mae- "Sanitation i ill the moat important firms executed, painted that they in perspective appear to reach so along HORKK SELLS BUNGALOW I j of, on Mr.Sept.Ottio 20th.O-jteon The, of young Jacksonville t h

clenny Standard: committee we- have. We want a committee distance and cause the centerpiece G, If. Bennett has bought ot'D. Bo- will reside in Jacksonville 'fitMrs.
|W uldn't it be fine if the bill collee- "Don't tell anything about the
us of citizens to
hslp, wont the to seam to he far away. Other ree the bungalow under building? on | Osteen. Is a .daughter of \fr, "
I''a, should form union and on a fever. We've just had a double
a go dengue and organizations
to-take executed '
part. pointing around the theatre Church street, between the park and'! Dell Sparkman'! formerly of Starke
-Ike? dose and wo still are of the opinion In this department much can be done by him, also reveals. the true artlxt.; the Presbyterian, church. Mr. forest but now of Jacksonville, and a niece \
rossibly that some guy pushed a steam roller for the good of the (
; people. I has put a force of carpenters at work
of :Mrs. T. F. Mansoll of Stark :Mr.(
a mixer hates to die be- over us when we wasn't looking. Capt. Bryan Suggest Dr. W. E. Middleton returned Monday i to finish the building as soon as possi' Osteen ii Is from Mobile, Ala. Their s{

use he knows there is no money in Alderman Bryan asked for the cooperation night from Atkinson Ge.,\where I ble. It Is thought it will be ready for I' ,many friends wish them all happiness.
oven and fears to look for in in the! J. M. Truby is shipping cane north of his committee to assist he was called on account of tho serious occupancy after two weeki. Thl, 1st. i

I ber place. by th. ,wrload. in bettering sanitary conditions here. Illness of his brother very desirable property Subscribe for the Telegraph N .) j

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** __ >**___.__.._ _____- -" \MAY SALIVATE YOU Notice I Ia boreR ,iven that under and by WHEREA3.' the LvKlatatura of 1921. under ;
: 'j virtu of a certain oven*. awls and rendred the Constitution of 18H5. of -th. State of Florida -
!leplAom""r" 27. A. D. 1\1.2.\ ,by the 1 udgs of the did pas four Joint Resolution proposing -
: 'Bd"1; : I 1 Circuit amendment to the Constitution of the
f She Elllhth Judiqi.i
With The It Is Mercury, Quicksilver Shocks alrrcFullt court. Ina and for Br.dttr,1 aounll' Into tat.. of Florida and the same were agreed'
Liver and Attacks Your Bones .I\tln" in favor r D Davl. by a vole of three-Afth of all th. mem-
L, .nd against W. JO Black anet Alice 1 hunt elected to each house : that the votes 0
plnlnant. ; I will offer for oiack l aid Joint ResolutIons wor. entered upon
Ul his wlf. tim I undiiiiiifl telr .... ,,>cUve Journal with the and
| yea
n ; Farmers Calomel salivation Is horrible. It .ut:io ": t'out't: courthoulle Firidu. betsy door,', ".t Staiken! lIaye n thereon and they did determine and diet c
: County
.- swells the tongue, loosens the teeth H! .,(.of .ale..n Monday the eti .TB>hunfh No ro th.tho .sId Joint ReaoluLion, bo sub-'
uij"i or m tiled to the electors of tho State at the
ann l t
t-j : 1 and starts rheumatism. There's no u.nhrrwit, thi to the I hixhwt dracr.be;:: 1 Inn.I.I.\ G..n'r..1. F'' ctlnn In November, 1922.

g'I' ; : E.__-._-...-..........-..-.-...-..-..-..-................._._.........._ reason why a person should take sickening UH fo l e.l' c..In.U.I Bradford following county, rioridii.the "Northwest, .wlt'.' ,, NOW., Sivretary JHEREFORE.of State I, H.of CLAY the State CRAWFORD of.

calomel when a few cents buysa Th. Northeut and that Quarter of of the Nrthwwtuarter Florida. do hereby give nolle that s
Quaner ..r.tn: : of the
large bottle of Dodson'a Liver Tone Q ol the \ arter west GENERAL ELECTION!
ii, A. L. railway. lees threm .ntl on -h"lfRaa'F will be held In each county In Florida' on TUPS*
COUNTY AGENTS' REPoRTS: tie can be dipped! regularly and con-I -4 perfect substitute for calomel.'It In th.. nrthrascorner belngin'l Jane R"b: I, d ay next succeeding the II nt Monday In No-

veniently at points near their I Is a pleasant vegetable liquid which m M.rtin amid and ant lsnt acre lying euld sn'l to hems Mary In s.eUon .th ember. A. D.. 1922. th. aald Tuesday being We grind Our Own Lenses

.r Palm Beach The Palm Beach Although' the destruction of vats will start your liver just\: as surely as ml ITn..n't,... 'township: d Five.nnwlnlnlC Smith. forty of HnitO and SEVENTH DAY OF NOVEMBER

k k Creamery has opened( its plant in W. lawless element was given wide publicity calomel, but It doesn't make you sick on..halt Twent.two.......E..t..n.. mere or I less. feet A lao. Commefle.J or the Resolution ratification propoainir or rejection. amendment of the Baldoint to NO -DELAYQLines'Qille.

t Palm Beach which mean a great advance throughout\: the country, records and cannot salivate. SeabTmrd point Air Line one railway hundred track thence on t he Constitution of the State of Florida vlll

; '; in the dairy industry, as it pro- of the department of agriculture Calomel Is a dangerous drug, besides the north line of, the of*> Section lhr..t'! Quarter Twenty..lx of Ae JOINT RESOLUTION- Proposing. an S Florida.

vides a milk distributing\ agency: during show that during the month of August it may make you feel weak, sick th n'l I Northwest running Slti Qiartc'r% and parallel with the paid Amendment to Section 10 of Article XII

winter and ari outlet for sour practically all the cattie In Echols and nauseated tomorrow. Don't lose r.'I.1 th.... hundred variation and forty-flve am the tech aeethrne. of Relating tho Constitution to Education.: of the State of Florida

.' i a day's work. Take spoonful of .. west on the Paine and sixty f..to thence p. It Resolved by the Legislature' of the State (
cream from the Everglades. county were dipped under federal supervision. tlon hog Slit hundred or Florida
north to th. norhh" line .f the "IN BAD
necensary. Your druggist says if youa t bove right described anyi r ..... thence east on That the following. amendment to Section A WAY"If
1he 0 off Article :XII of the Constitution of th.
Putnam-Snap henna and! summer Mont opposition to the eradication don't find Dodson's Liver Tone acts tt. same. line i. the ypoln I'f.b u=lr' "In'""Section' ,eon. Hat., of Florida relating' to education be.
or :
will salts ,iLlninir Ave ncrea more 'So'th and the ...11I.I I. hereby agreed to and shall --
wake No : ;
of cattle ticks results up feeling great. ; Five of Range
squash being whipped from Florahome from unfamiliarity l'T rwontylx' .wnnhlp lie submitted to the elector of th. State at
with the better than treacherous calomel enty-two E .t. l he general election. of representatives In IOU back
are bringing good: prices. Farmer! purpose and benefits of your M. JOHNS. f or approval or rejection your given out;,

are growing: vegetables; for the curb the work or from unwillingness to receive Dodson'a Liver Tone instead and you 0-6-51-11-3 Sp""lal-Mastor Section 10. The Legislature may provide Becomelame, weak or I<'hlnl;
-" --- for the division of any county or counties Into If urinary troubled set In.
t market. A community council organized : information on the subject. A money is waiting for you.-Adv.-66 NOTICE; OF MASTER'S SALE onvenlent school district. : and for the eleclon -

p at McMeekin this week appointed 1 1a rotord of 15 years experience in conducting Notice la hereby tiven that umlor and by I li biennially of three. school trustee, who Perhaps your kidneys are "In a
virtue of a final( decree made and rend..dSrp"n.ber hall hold their offlc. for two year, and who bad
committee to look after its county I, systematic dipping has enabled 10. 11122. by the Judue of the Clr- I hall have the supervIsion. of all the schools WiY"Doan'
euit Court of the Eluhth Judicial Circuit. ofrlorida. within the district l and for the levying and KUIney Pills ale for Wi&:
fair interests. the department of agriculture to MILLER In and for Bradford County. In chancery Collection of a district school. tax, for the ex- kidneys.

I I meet all situations and opposition a.ttliKt. in favor of J. T. Hickey. complain e use of public free. schools within the
encountered ant. and avalnst A. H. Brownlae( and d llstrlct, whenever a majority of the qualified Local evidence proves their mert'

i ladi80n-nf'IJ""fo"ur community up to the present time. The Miller, Oct. 6.-Carl/Brown made, a Joe Johns defendant. the underslnned will electors thereof that pay a tax on realr L. } E:' tmal. rlll'1 traveling
courthouse door atStarW o personal property shall vote In favor of
meetings this week In interest of the usual educational work Is generally usiness trip to Jacksonville Saturday. t.'nVc for Bradford sale before' county.the Florida between the uch levy : provided that any tax authorlxed" man :fall St.. Starfce..nys: "I h:I

fairs. We arc getting up a tobacco effective, but additional persuasion l uual hours. of sale on Monday the 8th day of by thia section. ahall not exceed ten mill. on a grant dftil of trouble with my kMnpys (
I iMivembrr. 14& to the highest and! beat bld- t he dollar In any one year on the taublepm".tl'
; exhibit to send( tO New Orleans. I combined with law enforcement is at Mrs. O. S. Thomas spent Sunday ..h.r l for each, subject to that certain mort. of the district. In St Petersburg, Florida, somi
times KBVO held by the Federal Land Hank of Co. years 8Thpre was a
I necessary. ,..... with relatives at Long Bridge.N. lumh,.. for the *iAn of Nine Hundred Dollar. A JOINT RESOLUTION: Proposing. an across ttta small of back RO".IfSt and
Book Twoat Amendment to Article V of the Constitution inv L
n-cordiMl in Mortiiane
; St. Johns-Intercepted a hog; cholera -,' GIVE 11. Stokes! wan a business visi- aid Page mortKait 12. of the public records of Bradford of the Stat. of Florida Relative to the felt pretty lam*. I Buffom with ti
outbreak this! week. Milk producers TilE WIFE A SELFSTART'ER Florida. the following described I.ndatuate:1 Judiciary Department.
t or to Lake Butler' Monday. iunty In the back of heat.
: In Bradford County. Florida. to-wit: Be It Resolved by the Legislature of the State vere paIn my ;
association has been! revived Earle Peoples of the University of The Northwest Quarter of the Southeast of Florida and everything seemed In I Mui A
II Half of Southwest That the following. amendment to Article
_ and new projects undertaken. Florida, spent the" week-end with :Mr. Quarter Quarter of and the the Northeast South Quarter the of Section V of the Constitution of the Slate of Florida neighbor advised me to try D< in't

There was a man who owned a and Mrs. H. C. Peeples. thirty-five, Township Six. South of Range relative to the Judiciary Department to beumbered Kidney Pills and they helped m.
nwenty.twO Section 44 of said Article V. be and
Volusin-Three hundred acres short "Baby Lincoln" auto with a self starter Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Dukes! wenvisitors .T.r 1"". East contaIning Sixty acres more l hi. same Is hereby agreed to and shall beubmitted from the sm-t. One box. of Doan
cotton on poor land in this! county has, and had a tractor to plow his fields. E. M. JOHNS.A. : s to the electors of the state at theeneral curqd me"Price
to Bland one day last weekII. g: election to 1held on the first TU.Id..y -
,I Master.Complainant's
yielded an average of half a bale to And he had electric lights in his barn. Z. ADKIN3. Solicitor. Special 10-6-51-11-8 ..fb.rh.. first Monday In November. A. eoe at all deal"I's. Don
: C. Peoples motored to the county D.922.. for ratification or rejection. to-witi ,. inn' \ Kldiipv. I ''lrult'gal, '
the acre. Not a weevil has been seen Ills cows! were milked by machinery. Src. 43. Th. Legislature may from time '
t A : site Saturday. OROEK Felt PUBLICATIOlIn : to time and aa the business of any circuit require Dona'i Kidney Pills--th. mime that
windmill furnished
j. in the cotton fields. Cucumbers planted them with Circuit Court. Suite of Klorldit. Elirhth
B.: E Drown' has returned from a *. provld. for the appointment of one or Mr Koatpr-Milburn
Judicial : Bradford In Chan.
middle of August and sprayed systematically plenty of'Volstcad's Favorite." Circuit' .County more additional. Circuit Judges for such Clr. Ealtmnl.. halt
I tour cl the South. cry.Empire. cult. Each auch additional. Circuit Judge shall Co., : .. ']ralo. Y..
,\ ,' are apparently free of He had a riding cultivator and a > Lumber .Company.,) : h IB appointed by the Governor and confirmed
1 C. William of ProvMenctj. passed coriraratlon, .
disk plow and he fired the I the Senate and bold office for six years.
j 'r disease and Insects, and will be ready ; nigger through here Friday. Complainant and shall receive the same salary and allow

who left them out In the weather.He % va I ance. for other Circuit. Jdies.e .
i to ship early in October. cxpenne am "
S. J. KoiriHter. Jr. and hU wife.
.Sceber Stokes made a trip to F shall have all th.
and all
had in the bank Mr.. S. J. Re"i...... Jr.. powers "COLD IN HEAD"Is
.f money was a last week. 0 the dull";* that are or may be provided or TIE

11 i ., Duval-Johnson Bros., dairymen of pillar of the church and was the boss ford Denzil one day Thomas spent the week-end It appearing Defendants.. by afTiduvit appended to the irescrlbnd for Circuit by JuI.the....Constitution and all statutes or by conrerniir statute- Those an acute alack frmiuem 't-olds Catarrh.. In thn

r : Dinamore, produced 315 tons of silage: I politician in his neck of the woods. with his sister Mrs. W. M. Thomas, hill Itt-"Iau.r.fIled in Jr.,the and above-atatvd his wife.. cause Mm. S.that J. S.RCKiater. .J.. I, Circuit there Judge are two hall or apply more to Circuit him. Judges Wherever heit'l", will Urn thtit l[.e ULB of" HALL'.
build t.
_ r: from 35 acres of corn, an average of In other words, this man was the Jr. the ilefcndanta therein named areonresidents appointed for a Circuit thebuslne.. .* may I lie System atid randur wi acoldS. '
of Bridge.Mesdames .
Long n of the State of Florida. and Ie.'ll
;;1 !9 tons to the acre. They won $50 offered Whole Cheese." J. L. Brown and H. C. t hey' are reeiclent of the city of Valdottta. In, divided i sdlctlon among In the the Circuit Circuit and Judge In any having County jur-in I Kapeutu'l. attackS I'hronlc< catarrh -
_ v: .i for th greatest acre yield l of But his wife did all the cooking, and t the State of Gvonria and are over the age ol the Circuit. a* may be prescribed by law and may < to Cltarrh.
Peeples! motored to Dukes Friday. twenty-one year l it la therefore ordered that; where no provision has .been made by law. HALLT.PHH :IEIIICINt. .'
;t: corn in this county. This I Is simply the washing, and made clothes for the and granddaughter Maid non-reniilent, defendant be and are hereliy t ihe distribution of the business of the Circuit 10Iernal);Mi,Ir', I',aurfanea- of l thlilood ui"'
Mrs. E. B. Hires i .
rciiuiretl to appear to the bill of complaint "between tnr Circuit Judge of the Circuit. and thl > ,
i where the agent's instructions kids, and fed the chickens and gathered f lilt\ by.ilem. 'r. J" inIi&tifle.tiOia'tl :
: one case county Miller are on the sick in said caiute on or before Monday th. of any County In the Circuit and the allotment .Inl tht
Virginia .
r iurm'iI
6th day of November. A. D. : i -.ring
lt>22. otherwiaathe
$ have been followed to the the eggs for friend husband to or of t to .sls\.nl I
L ,,,
:. alienation\ of aid bill will be taken a* be neard ;. ldt'ordered ;edn3..:= or: ]
letter. s list.W. conreued by aid defendant. Al UruuiilHla. Clrculiira free,
adjudged shall be controlled made whennecesaary
'"' If.t She carried L. Douglas made a trip to Lake It la further ordered that this order be pub by the Circuit Judge or holding the 1 J. Cheney 8<:u" 'Io".do. Ohio.
water from the
well .
to i hiHl. once a week for four consecutive week i commission earliest in date. No additional.

1:, *1 }'Ia 'er-C. G. Hardy, large bean the kitchen, and lost five pounds each: .putler recently. In i the Bradford, County Telegraph. a newtpaper Circuit Judge or Judirna ahall be authorized
__ published in aid county and tate.. to he appointed In a Circuit having. less than NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX DEBOUM
__ T (grower o' Florahome, Putnam county, day sweating over a wood fire (said I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED This October 2, 1922. 75.0110 Inhabitant by the last. Federal or State >ER SECTION 515 OF THB

in planting 30 acres of beans here as wood for Raid fire being cut and gathered UNDER SECTION 571 OP THBGENERAL. !: i'.ll) (,I. W. ALDERMAN// census occurring next before the passage of' GENERAL STATUTES
: STATUTES Clerk Circuit Court. the law for his or their appointment. The Notice U hereby given that F. F. Finnicpurchuer
by said wife). By C. A. KNIGHT. Legislature may repeal any law providing for of Tax Certificate No. 27. dUtt
an Hereby notice In a"'en" that L. H. Hill. pur.. E. M. JOHNS. Deputy Clerk the appointment of an additional Circuit the 2nd day of Aajruiit. A. D. AIM
She stole a few hours from her work: chaser of tax n.le certificate numbered, re.apuctively Solicitor for Complainant. 10.65t'118NO'rlCE ;I Judge. or addilional, Circuit Judge for a Cir-' aid certificate In my office and b made application .
t 1611. 169. 18V 198 and 198 Issuedby euit. but shuch repeal shall for tax deed to iMue ''I
not affect the
; Manatee-A number of citrus and to make over the dress she wore when the tax collector of Bradford Bounty, Flor. term salary and jurisdiction of a Judge hold' with law. Said ...rtll.1 ...aeorn.te ,
,. interested in formIng she became the slave of the Ida. said certificate, being dated A UIC. 2. mil.ban ),. log an appointment.A l lowing flencrlhed Bradford
: truck farmers are Whole P..rt .ltu.1
Bled laid .certificate. my office and ha Hereby notice I Is given that on the 26th day county. .
classes for studying questions on Cheese. mail application for tax deed to .amos In aa- of October. A. D. 1922, we. tho underpinned. JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing.! an South Half of N 420 ft of Mortheut QIUPter -
.0 law. will apply to the Honorable A. V. Lone. Judge Amendment to Section of of .. Sea. 84, Tp. 7 S. R.
and : of their She did not to ;:; i3c.-;: of the Eighth Judicial S Article XVI of Sout..t Quar. .
production marketing go prayer meeting I. respectively embrace the I Circuit of Florida In the Constitution of the State of FBrlda. 22 E.. land being OMMMIKInt
with the Cheese because she had to following landa. In Bradford county Florida, and for Bradford! county, In hi* otrie In the R..I.Un"to the Time of the Payment of tho data of the issuance of .
crops. asaemed at the data of the "Issuance of auch City of Palatha, Putnam County, Florida .t SalarIes of Slat. Officer I in the name of Unknown. .u.1 eertlt.
clean up the kitchen. She did not go certificate in the natnca respectively hereinafter one. o'clock p. m.. on said day or aa soon Do It Rnolved by the Legislature of the State I Unless nald curtiflcate shall be redeemed ao
I 4i particularly sot forth to-wltl thereafter aa we can be heard for an orde of Florida cording to law, tax deed will issue theranei
Lake-The Clermont Citrus Club to the
village; on Saturday because she Certificate No. 165 embraces Northweat 1 IncorporatIng us and our amoolau and ice. That the following. amendment to Section S I on the Oth day of October, A. D. 1922.
1 met Saturday with a good attendance had to clean up the house. She did:I Quarter of Northwest Quarter S..'... 12. Tp cinuon Mo-ida.into a body corporate of the Utate o f of Article XVI of the Constitution of the i Wltn. my otrclal signature and seal this
6. S. R. 22 E., 40 acrea assessed W. L. Over- Slat of Florida relating to the time of the I 4th day of Sept. A. D. 1922.
t and an interesting program. A (,'Ir- riot go to church because she was strNt. HENRY MITCHELL payment of th. salaries of State ollicvers Is I O. W. ALDERMAN.
: load of Parson Browns moved frow I cleaned out Certificate No. 160 embrace. North Half ol r Wm. FLOWERS. hereby agreed to and shall be submitted to tSesll) Clerk Circuit. .
by hours
long and short tpay. East Half of Southeast Quarter of Northea A. RANDALL. the electors of the State for adoption or re. O-g-Gt-lO-g C 9
R Tavares Sept. 23. I Quarter West Half of Southeast Quarter of W. A. ROSE. jeetlon at the next general election of representativi -
-1 Northeast'Quarter A. South Half of North TOM McBRIDE. to be held In the year A. D. 1922 i NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED ;
MORAL-The hand that rocks the Half of Southwest Quarter or North_' ALLEN SPEED. That I. to ..1'. said auction shall be amended I UNDER SECTION 575 OF TUB
: ENEMIES: I Quarter *. North Half of South Half of JERRY PARKS. to read .. follows I
deserves! a self-starter.-A. C L, C. BO6Q9 STATUES
Southwest Quarter of Southweat Quarter AW Section 3. The salary of every officer shall I Notice l I. hereby Andrew .
: : I ... Half of Southeaat of Southweat R. T. BROCKINGTON be given *
HELPED REPAIR TilE VAsTS Prown. t Quarter payable monthly upon his own requisi purchaser of Tax Certificate tin. 105. dated
Northeast of O'NEAL. tion.
A Quarter
Quarter Bouthesalr the 2nd day of A. D. 1D20, b..
Quarter of Southwest Quarter A r
aid .
Wanton destruction of cuttle-dip. HOGS NEED:: MINERAL :MAfTTEl( !0 of Southeast Quarter of Southeast Quarter 4. MARY JAMES GREEN.THOMPSON. A Amendment JOINT RESOLUTION. Proposing. ... certificate for tax deed my oII.and.. In h. m.d.ordane.application
South Half of Northeast Quarter.of Southeaat to Section 3 of Article VII of
F ping vats in EC hoi* county, Georgia, Quarter. See. 12 Tp. t, S. R. 22 E., 110 acres. ETTIE THOMPSON, th. Conatitutlon of the State of Florida. with law.deiierlbed Said certificate situated embraces In the Bradford following -
assessed Unknown. R. W. WASHINGTON. Relating to Censua and
Apportionment and I
; early in the summer, interrupted systematic Farmers who would obtain beat results Certificate No. 189 embraces Lot 12 In Ott', bERMAN O'NEAL. I to Number of Members of the Senate and I South County Florida to-wltt
aub dlv of East Lawtey ascad J. N. S LIZZIE JONES. of the House of Representatives. Half of North..t Quarter o/ South
tick eradication there only from their hogs will do well
to Willlama. CHARLEY CLARK. ".. It R..lved l br the Legislature. of the State .peat Quarter See. 23. 4 S R 20 Eai. 2.1.eT

temporarily, according to the United I supply them with mineral matter asa Certificate No. 195 embrace Southeast Qua! W. B. THOMPSON of FioridatThat laid land
ter of Northeaat SUSIE CARTER. the following. bln. assessed at the date ol
t- Quarter of Southwest Q..rIIllw1l 8.U-6t-10-20( proposed amendment to
States Department of Agriculture. As I tonic and a bone builder, according ter. See. 8. S. R. Z2 E.. 10 acre.. a*. Section 8 of Article VII of the Constitution I .u.n... of eertiHcata In the nanM
4 who to A. L. essed: : of the State of Florida relating. to census .nd I Joseph Sterrl". Unleia said certificateshall .
turned out
events of
\: many persons I Sheallyt profebsor veterinary be redeemed .
I. Certificate No. 196 embrace W 5 A of North NOTICE OF ELECTION apportionment and to the number of mem. .ordln. to I. tax d-
_ __ : opposed the dipping of cattle are now science, of the Flottda College Half of Northwest Quarter of Northwest Quarter. State To of the Ftorldaff of Bradford C ""tr. of the I.... of the Senate and of the House of Ropreaentatlve A.will,,D.issue 1923.thereof day of .
II Sec. 26, Tp. B. S. R. 22 E. be and the lame Is
o acres aaseased hereby agreed I
engaged in repairing vats and in the I a! Agriculture. In fact min"rul mat T. li. Guerry. Be It Known That I. H. Clay Crawford to and shall be submitted to the elector of Wltn.> my olTlclal sIgnature and thji

_ ,. building .f new ones so that their cat- ter, it i is said Is very essential for eordinic Unless to said law.certificate tax deed shall will lsu be redeemed thereon so on. Secretary hereby .give oC nolle-State:: : of that the a State of Florida, do I the ta. th.state next of Florida General for Election approval of or Representallve. rejection- the 8th dayi' of September O. W.A.ALDERMAN D. 1922.Seal .,

J U swine, and the following formula\ I is the !Klth day of October A. D. 1922. Will be held GENERAL, ELECTION to be held on the drat Tuesday after ( ) clerk l Circuit Court.
Witneaa my official signature and seal thi In Bradford County State o f the first Monday In November In November 0-8-It-l0-S
recommended: the Seta day of September A. D. 1922. Mnriftaa rlorlUs. on Tuesday nut succeeding th. flrs A.rlPcio 1922)I) that I Ia to eay that Section 3 of

Hardwood ashes __________10 pound.,) e U. W. ALDERMAN. In Novamber A. t->. .n .n. the ..Id VII of the Constitution of Florida GUARDIAN'S NOTICE TO SELL MEAL
shall be amended
to .. ESTATE
Ci'rlcClrcult. Court Bradford County Flu 1'u..dl.vbA:1.Jb'bAY': :: read follows )
j I Air-slaked lime __________10 pounds (Seal By O. A. KNIGHT. For NOVEMBER Section' It. The Legislature that shall meet' In Court of County Judiie, State of FVrlds.
IMr.t10.2T United States Senator from the State A. D. 1923. and those that shall meet Bradford County
J ? F'Zuent I, I Powdered charcoal ________10 pounds Deputy Clerk. of ror Florida, for six, years from March 4. 18JJ ten' years thereafter, shall apportion the every rep In re .tat of J. S. Dlxon, Minor. ,
: Common salt f SHERIFF'S SALE on. Kepresentativ. of th. Second Con'. resentation In the Senate the whole numberof Notice I* hereby given to all whom It mar I
I ------------- > pounds Herby notice I. given that unilnr and by the irn-ssion.1 District of the Suite of .rlorid. i in Senator not to exceed 88 member: and I concern that Matilda guardian of F.t.uciie .

I Sulphur .__ ._ ____________ Spoumh: virtue of that certain writ of execution I".u.1 Fur Slity-elnhth Superintendent: Congress or of. the United StatesJustice I. at the Panic timo shall also apportion the rep Dixon Easter rn'.n" Maggie May .'
,, Instruction ; ifnlntlon In the House of Dixon minors
"lit l ar.d under the 0 Representatives : will on day of Octo
Copperas _______________ 1 poundIn county JiiiWs' court of hand and and for aval of the, the For State or Florida- The counties having one hundred thousand or ; ber. A. D. 11)22. 6j

Headaches mixing these minerals, it is wel county, Honda on thn 2Uth day of nradfon Svptem- III State two of Florida.." of the Supreme Court of llve more population shall hate four represents A. Green, county judge In and 10norab.eun R
L each the
I counties ty. at his
tar A. D. 1921.) In that certain caume wherein For two Railroad having thirty thousand I office In 8 laid courtas f
to dissolve the copperas in a quart Urn Doll. la plntnUir and Washington Han stale of rlorida. Commissioners- of the and population not m r.nthh' one hundred thousand' I II ocjock a. m. or a* r.'nl' f as the j.;
of hot water and it into the kerson, la defendant the Undersigned has lay. For two Member of the Hoiue each. th. three Representatives matter can be heard t to sell ?.a
!'" 'I ttnered with chronic sprinkle led upon and will veil to th. highest and beet entatlve. of the State of ilorida. of Rep"u- hundred and counties having. ten thousand flve public or private aale.I the Interest ot. .i. j]
s when bidderor" remit at thc horn For not more than thirty thousand I minors In the following real .
mass mixing it. Speaking on of the aid Wash County Surveyor. d.ar'b
that would population shall ha.. two In said
I constipation bring M inirUm Hankernnn. aixmt For Five representative each. county, i
mllea Member t
from of the
1 very a vere headaches." Mjr sI this subject, Dr. Sheally said: Starfce, In Bradford county Florida, on tha Comm lam.once.. Board of Count All live hundred counties having leas than ten thousand South Half of Northeast Quarter of th-t 1 f

'c Mrs. Stephen II. Kincer, of "When swine are allowed to Htarka and Sanderson publi. road. on Mon "or three Mambent of the County Board of enlallve. each.population Th. basis shall of have on. Repr. Northeast Quarter and Southeast Quarter o
I graze apportionment Northwest .
day. Quarter
ibm 16th day of October A. D. Public lnatru.tlon. of Northeast Uuartrr
R. P. D. I. Cripple Creek Va. 19J2. dur as provided for In this
j. such a peanuts where ing. the legal hours of sale said ,. 01 the Peac. In amendment, shall be Sff. 16. Township Six. 8. 32 whacfc application -- '
"I 1 tried different medicine and crop one following personal on for day. the lowrnVrul. .. D"i&'leta, vlsi and for the ""I- the Federal Cenius next preceding 1 th. ap will be baaed R J. for I'
property the
4 did not get relief. The bead- I food only makes up the bulk of their of paying said' Judgment. and coat. ,,"-purpose wit i No, One. portionment County shall made have by at th.least Legislature. Every. such sale now on file In said "urt.pit.

f- ache*became very frequent. I I feed, it is very important that ruin the All old crops Ben" grown upon aid farm. known aa No.No. Th.Two.... U... The Governor shall by one special,Representa message D.t Sept. 11. A. D. ma. I.
farm and .
upon the to each House
rt' ".ard of'I I I I eral! matter be added to the ration ungatnered Washington and Hankenon, now. ....Id... which ari.101 No.No. Seven.Eiarhe. the Legislature. ,at direct the appropriate the attention aeaslon ef each of.) I S. CREWS. f Ooardlan.
I eonalating of aom 15 to it House to the
I The young growing pigs need such acres of corn and _nuUl. t acre of pota For Constable In and for the following Jus and If the Legllature provisions that of shall this amendment! Attorney for GuardIan t-16-lolO-lI I'
Ip meet A. D
.u Thedford'sBLACKDRAUGHT p I matter to help develop the bony frame toM.hundred small. bundles patch or of eane.Udder about three to flve tics No.District 0.... via t 1U23. or any succeeding. Legislature that shall I -
: I I'work. Thi brood sow needs it to help and ten baud of hoora. that Ie ".th.red. No.No. Three.Two. or meet fail every to apportion ten years the there representation after, shall In refine the UNDER APPLICATION SECTION: 171 FOR OF TAX TUB DEE

I keep her in w. EPPERSON. No. Senate and In the House of Representative GENERAL STATUTES
good breeding condition Seven.No. aa
: D. B. KNIGHTherlft'. Bradford County. FI.. Eight. herein provided. It shall be the duty of the NcAle. la hereby,. given that Weelo>Bltcli
lt: : I'The fattening pig needs it to keep I Solicitor for Plaintiff.' In testimony.whereof I b... hereunto .It (nil.o.ernor to convene the Legislature In Spe Company, purchaser of tax c..rtlfct No
a Session iso
SO- for the dated
-2t-lO-13 my hand and purpose of making such 1 th! 4th day D.
affixed the
down digestive disorders and Great Seal "
/ to stimulate -1 Stat. AFll>rid"Tallahassee, of th S spportlonm.nt, and by public proclamation, 1 WI. ham maid certificate In ,. A.

: the Appetite; and this class ol I _\ : this 1022.th* twenty-fourth day of ,, h''t.Ca.etaJ: the and attention by communication of each House to each to House the provision to direct sue and In hde accordance made application! with) law.for tax Said deed certdfleaMuVjft ol.1a..

swine will make more rapid gains I If CLAY of this amendment. the | . : and took it for headache and t..1)H. CRAWFORD. : See. 2. That and all In rolo..ln. .arl' ".ry.
a any
Q provisions
) of th* .Itu"t .
p mineral matter is added to their feed Secretary of State aouni. Flord.
1 the relief was very quick and : To W. J. Epperson.: Sheriff Bradford Coo Constitution In conflict with this. provision be Norh Half of 1.at *. 7- E. 2.

X it wan so long before I had I In all classes of swine the mineral COFFINS & CASKETS II'. -l-lOt-ll I- : and the sam. are hereby- repealed._ ed S. ,at E.i*U date sores.of; the P" said "land 'IP.<".. _
1 II. ,si. .' nollier headache. Now I Just p matter has a tonic effect and promotes The vote cast In compliance;;;; with laid pro- In the nama of J. H. _of mob oertlacate -

I'f keep the mack-Draught anddon't I general thriftiness. And a Full Line ofU.iJ.rtka' tion posed and amendments and the canvas, declare Unless laid certificate .oh be redeemed aa-
? return thereof shall be subjected cordIng. to law, tax deed
c1 let myself get In that U.u. thereon oe
condition." | "Any mineral mixture should contain SuppliasAUTOMOBILE Habitual Constipation: Cured to provided the asm bl' regulation lw for and restriction ss ...5 the 18th day of Oeb wl. D. 1922.th. .

_ __ this In 14 to 31 Day State of Florida. general .leaUona In tb a .Wltn.. mr ..nature. and tW
q Tnedford'c Black Draught copperas, as ingredient I is 15th day of September A. D. .

ftp: (purely vegetable! ) hag been I helpful in keeping down infes IIEARSK "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a specially IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF V.WALDERMAK..
:; worm Atwa,. on hand. 1 have> hereunto set hand !
The my
beat prepared J.S.al Clerk
SyrupTonic-Laxathe Circuit
ear.Ste. for Habitu Court.
found( to relieve constipation, I I sad l affixed th. Great
i'i'', and by atlmulatmp!; the action .( the lowest prices. Sp Constipation. It relieves promptly bu (Seal) the State of Florida at Tall o e. U-U-6tl0i Bradford County, rlorida.

II f'' the liver, when ilia torpid. helpst I "Mineral matter is usually given to daJ! attention to telegraph or- should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 daysto ........ the Capital thIs the

T;; drive many poisons out ot I hogs by placing some of it in a boxor : ... Reflirt.red Embalmer. Induce regular action. It Stimulates and twenty-nfth 1152' day of July A. E u. !NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S FINAL

_ l4 your system. Billousnusindlgl'ltion. other container which is placed in Regulate e Very Pleasant to Takx 60c A .,. .. H. CLAY CRAWFORD. In Court of DISCHARGE ,
pet bottle. County Jud j
and.Imilar Secretary of State. Bradford
_ .i i troubles, headache are often : soma protected place where the hogs DcWITT C. JONES 11' Stat-tate of Florid.of Jolla. C.

t relieved in this way. It" till p can get to it, as in the hog shed. Incase STARKE eeaTedT Ar Wainrigim, .
I !natural way. Ue natural! Try I they do not eat it of their own ..' FLAsaasaaasm No Worms hi a nealtby ChildAll I ''L.nona TO Indebted DEBTORS to the AND estate CREDITORS, of Gooey. concern Not;.* that I. hereby.. the given 7th 1 al of whom I ,

Black-Draught. p children troubled with Worm have Schlolch. late of Bradford County Florida. A. D. 1922. I N.b "
*o ut 0 I apply
accord .... to tim
give 'd" .. .hl
Sold everywhere. ,. oncheaping, teaspoonful! kealthyculur. which \lodlcau pint blood. ."d..,I forthwith" are and requested all to pay their said debt R. A. Green of sad. eurt. a.Ir"
f it in rule tbera. i* more or I... stomach dlaturbauce,. person havlnit claims Probate. for heal
E o the feed once or twice each Cores Malaria Chill against said estate shsll Die the same, dot tratar or the 11'_ dla.1 .a.
: GROVES TASTELESS CHILL TONIC givro "'11II- authenticated with the nndeniirncd. I.te 0' JI",
adminlstratri Wa..h.
>r e- w day. laxly for two or three week* wll enrich the within, -. tht as
aVfaBV afj* ea *waaw .aksassr ataaaar 666 Fever, Bilious Fever blood I one year from dste-hsrsof Seal th t
The lead expect the more pleased Improve thedlasstlon.ud art a.a aenvTsI Streo.ltli- they" will b. forever barred. of said and aeso I al..lr
you Cold Tonic Dated thIs llth day of August tat .I for .
and LaGrlnp rnm to the whole el/_ N.III..III then 1822.4dmln"ut Dated th. _
-I you will\ be with what you get. Subscribe for the Telegraph throw off or dlaoel" theworaandthChlldwlll be, UlaAI BRYAN. Sbo JAS A.. F.. 12.A

loa perfhct heaMo. PIeaaaa& ...-a..e eoa per boctJA of t Estate of Qe, Sehleleh.I dwlnt,, 0' KICn1
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+-- TheScrap --+ I SEA: ADVENTURERS=" SEEK -but news goes before everything/ CURING=" PEANUTS t'OI1A1UET: are not properly stacked, or aro allowed ,

I The TREASURES OF LUSITANIA=" However, the fanning department i is to dry out before stacking, the ,

I Jelf Twins t never omitted. The articles on agricultural Worth $20 a Ton More in the Market result will be poor hay, smaller yields j t .

Book I I Jewels and Gold Amounting( to :Millior subjects are written by government When Properly Cured and shriveled kernels that will peel

Dollars in Ship's Safe experts weekly, and from a and break in shelling or produce; a ,

...- : By HUBERT RAY large mass we select only what per When the Florida farmers learn low yield of oil. .
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HAS NO LABOR TROUBLE : Forty fathoms deep, nine miles oil taints to tho conditions of this section. that they can get $20 per ton more foi !
I I CavyriKht. Ujj. w .trn N.w.u.p.r Unlaa the coast of Ireland, lies the Lusitania No farmer studying this depurtmen their peanuts, by stacking and curing CONDITIONAL: PARDON: 1 .

Suburban Railroad Near Washington I "It's. u matter of split second* lathe where she settled when A German torpedo can fail to profit by it. them properly, than by sunning them

Does Buelneee With Ono Man as ring, and a calculation of spill sent her to her doom May 7, The Telegraph works for improve and curing th11in windrows, then At its recent sitting the state pardoning -

Its Sol Employe. I millimeters.those I don't know Just what 1015, with 1,20Q persons. In the pur merit in the home, the society and ir they will find that the peanut is one, board granted a conditional .
are, but Fin .
they're something ser's office on B deck of the hulk that public matters. During the fortythrl"lJyellr8 of their best money crops.It pardon, to Fulton Jackson, colored. In
pretty H 1\1 II II. the
A certain little suburban ear line I Jelf twins knew thut-and, by, the was a great giant of the ocean, is of its existence it has always costs very little more to cure, 1913 Jackson killed another negro at .

brer Washington In unique In having wuy, Tom and Bill weren't twins, nor stored more than $1,000,000 In jewels done so, and the vast improvements peanuts properly than improperly,, Sax ton and was convicted of murderat

the owner of the road as' PfeS'df'nt.' even brothers Fin glad to say and currency, the' property, now, of hiking place during that time, we cnn and the difference In the value ia very the fall term of the circuit court
conductor( "
Biotonnnn and bureau of Information "They weren't relations at all, In the first man who reaches it, according in almost every instance trace buck tc great The market for well-cured for this county the same year. lIe has .

man Tbere are 32 curies ID the three fact, but they'd agreed to work together to the law of the sea. the teachings or suggestions of "the peanuts in very good this season, and been 'in the penitentiary since then

miles covered and, when the motor- and they took that title for Along other coasts, in other parts county paper," What would-happen even the Runner Variety can be sold and his record has been good. Both

IliaD 1 Is collecting: fares the little car business purposes. They'd been doIng of the world ]lie huge fortunes, once If it should suddenly cease to exist, at a price that will mean much more the judge and the state attorney of ,

lllcles unassisted around the shoitestcorves remember.circus work Grew ever since la the they ring could, anti I!thought safe in the lockers of Davy I'' we do not like to contemplate.For to the farmer than turning his hogs the eighth circuit asked for his par

with pertN.t'lIse and safety 10 did Mutale Ilorlow up, though It wasn't Jones, but now threatened by the new this service we charge only two on them. Ho can better afford to dig don. His attorney was Wm. C. Hodges '

al I least so far. until three months before my story methods of diving and salvaging dollars! a year for subscription. While his peanuts and buy feed for his hogs. Esq. of Tallahassee. '

It la also a most accommodating take opens that the Jelf twins met Halsle. ; brought forth by American and British our subscription list is large, if the Harvesting Peanuts _,_ _ _ d
Certain customers the 7:30very '
.car morning. Everybody knows "She surely was a peach. And by firms. Adventurers, as bold and people treated us with the same justice Peanuts are generally plowed from THE ALCOHOLIC MELONA I'

everybody el.., and a social time Is peach I mean peach, not nectarine or ; brave as the buccaneers of old, are in as we do them, it should be several the ground with broad-pointed turn

enjoyed each day. The conductor-mo- apricot. Pink and white skin blue search of this hidden treasure, and, If times as large. But while one man plow with tho wing removed. This Colorado man declares he has the

forman also knows each passenger by In eyes love soft with!fluffy her. hair But-every It was one the Jell was successful, they will be rich beyond subscribes and pays for the paper, loosens the vines without covering the' secret of propagating! watermelons IJ .

name, and when the car Is ready to twins that she favored. And they I comparison. some of his neighbors have no scru- vines again with dirt. Tho-vines are I that will contain a ten per cent content -

tart, If Miss Jones happens to be had the biggest part In Broxton's. Race for a Million ples in borrowing the paper from him then lifted by hand and thrown into of alcohol. He says he can plug

late. delayed which while Is often Miss the Jones case the sprints cart "They did the trapeze stunt In the Jenjamin F. Leavitt, American deepsea and thus we lose many subscriptions.Indeed piles near stacking poles which are the melon while it is growing, insert '

breathlessly down the hill and Is middle ring, which never failed to diver, is one of those who seeks to many. old<<1 subscribers have set beforehand. These poles should certain chemical, replace the plug, .

fcelped on by two or more polite gen bring down the house. Imagine two retrieve the Lusitania's gold. He has quit subscribing in order to get rid of be seven or right feet long/! sharpened make it airtight with beeswax anti :

tlemen. trapezes' yards and yards apart, at perfected a diving suit which will en- the; borrowing nuisance. Thus we lose lit each end anti planted twelve to the melon will go on maturing while ,

One day last spring when the car opposite sides of the tent. One of able him to '&1 1o 500 feet under the wa- In two directions. As you cannot da eighteen/ inches deep." They are set the chemicals inside ferment and put ,
the twins hangs by his feet the other .
_aa crowded with government clerks after getting up speed, lets the trap- ter. In his newly invented! sea gear, with mt the paper, stand on your own about thirty feet apart in every u genuine kick into it by time it is

hurrying to ofllce. the president-mo eze suing him oft and shoot him Mr. Leavitt plans to walk about the l lags: fand pay for tho use of it. twelfth: row. ripe.Vo are not advertising>' thisgentleman's
torman stopped the cur while passing the Lusitania lying in only If stock is turned into the Held.! at
clear across the ring. Now I was decks of i claim with tho desire of
old field mid politely asked
permission through of the ladles aboard to saying It's a matter of split millimeters a little more than 300 feet of water, NO=" FAKERS WANTED' once it Is a good plan to haul the boosting the prices of melons here but .

hoot 'a very troublesome hawk which and that's what It was. They'dgot and! take what he wills. icanut vines to one corner of the I field! w(' want to show to what extent some I

bud killed many chickens, In the It down so fine Ant just at the Mr. l 'llvitt's diving suit, in which It will soon be time for the fakers or some convenient spot :for picking, people. are going to find! something / .

neighborhood. After the shooting the second when the upward' movement ly1 has already gone down 301 feet, 'and beggars to Hock to Florida in where they can be stacked close together with ii kick in it. This story need! not
of the flying bot v stops and' the
only other wait was for lira. Smith downward plunge begins Tom, hanging is a veritable suit of armor, made ofmanganese droves. Hitherto the authorities of as practicable and protected worry the ",!rys," though, because w i
to send her little boy hack home. for bronze tested to nn enormous Starke have been singularly lenient from animals.In '
by his. feet with his arms down ,- ( suppose we'll still be able to buy n .
her glasses which she hud forgotten. catches' Bill's hand and holds him. pressure. The suit carries on its with this gentry, but the citizens are either case they must be 8t lek- kiiklesM melon. It means more' work .'

There's Tom bunging from the back two tanks, one of which contains becoming tired of them. Fakers of I'll promptly and not allowed to wither for reformers, especially) if it leads
FUTURE OF "BARREN trnpere, with Bill swinging under a four-hour supply of oxygen, and! the liseuscs, of blindness and other disutilities in the .sun. to whiskey cantaloupe

neath. A strain Not at all, sir. other a supply of caustic! soda, which men who have only lost a leg Me! Sod of Stacking ,
May Repeat Itself and Tracts You BOO, there's the momentum, as dioxide exhaled by and! could well work small boards sticks about i
absorbs the carbon or an arm very Two or HACK TO KART1I:
Provo to Have Distinct Commercial they cell It, and no, I can't figure It
Value. out. A professor did once and he the diver. The diver is connected with venders of worthless pencils, and common two feet long are nailed across the .

said It was the prettiest thing he'd the ship from which ho dives by along ordinary beggars, should he toldy foot of each stack pulp, about a foot He was a sufferer from bad! business .

We are conquering the difficultiesof ever seen. cable, three inches thick, In the > our police to "move on" as soon as above the ,ground. A few vint'KlI'l' He saying that
conditions. was
the North faster as time !goes on. "So Bill catches Tom's/ hand, and center of which is a telephone wire by hey: arrive. first haiti on these crosfe beunm, and !' still down .

It was mare than a thousand l years then the upward swing brings him to which he keeps in communication The northern cities will not tolerate I hen the Black built by adding sue If the price oflhol'R come .

from the time wl.cii the Romans the trapeze lie gets Ill>>- feet on It. with those on bourd the ship The .his class of people und therefore they essive layers of vines.. The nuts and further he really must get\ n new pair.befalling
thought that no civilIzation could ex the twins hang side by side a second "Otherwise," he added, "these! will
cable also serves to lower and raise come here. ,Some of them have become roots are placed! next to the pole and -- t
lat north of the Alp until the civilization or two and then the audience that I I off." S :
him. wealthy from begging and liven the vines outside to the nuts
north of the Alps was really on hn'l pictured HIlls body hitting It with / protect "11I it as bud as that?" inquired! asympathetic '
a par with that of Italy. But It was the force of a cyclone, rises and But Mr. Leavitt will have opposi idleness during the summer on i from the weather and! the birds.'! Ocnsionally friend.! > I

only a century from the time when shouts."It Ion, in the case of the Lusitania, for what they accumulate here during the vines should be hung round "the
Benjamin Franklin thought that the wasn't long before Malnle begun un English firm headed by Count Lan- winter. he pole to tie the stuck together. "Well," he answered glumly,

little Island of Guaileloui, was wortb to show which of the* Jelfs she preferred di, is in the race for the prize. He We are surprised that our police The stack should be about :3 feet In oles!'; are so thin that when I step on

more than all of Canada till the time and that wa Blll. As soon declares that he has secured from the have hitherto allowed! dirty hoboes to lumeter, pointed and topped off with II penny I can tell whether it's head,
when second rnte cities In Canada Tom knew for sure he walked
as English government the right to sul preach on they\ streets. Such men will a bunch of grass. Columbia Stale. ,
hud become more Important than the about all day In a black rug Hili or tiuls. -
whole Island of Guadeloupe. It was was crazed over pretty Matsle, nod I age the Lusitania. Landi plans to preach one day and! spiel for a gambling The peanuts, shofild be Left in these

only a few decades! from the time don't blunie him. raise the greyhound of the sea to the joint the next and cheat and steal tacks for at leant o ntoiah, to allow uTICa OK API'I.U'ATION, FOR TAX I>EIIUMfl )
friends tacitly and then search it at leisure when offers. HF;('TION 571 OK iiiatINLKAL
when. e\en Reward's "But when lIe was heard threatening I surface, opportunity hem to cure properly. 8TATUTKSNiiLlra
admitted that "Sewurd's Folly" was BUI: timIngs begun to look serious. I Other Treasure Troves Let im have a clean town. This In- Results In hun-by Hlvnn that M,,ud n Cr..v ., .

the correct mime for Alaska until the You see you can't have hall blood Just a few hundred feet from theLusitania cluiles getting rid of the beggar anti! By slacking im above, before the mrohiuiitr, nth iluy of of 1'u Ik-UilM-r.('"nut.1n...." .1'1.1\120.\..! 2U.lies d..Hl.udIn .,lnlil

Republicans iH-gnn to poInt withpride" among circus( folk. Never" saw one lies the Arabic, which wentto fuke nuisance. cnnut stems or vines are wilted! by ,. rcitlllcntv' In my oflflro and l hB.. mn.le upIlrtttn -. .,
to the purchase and to rank It In did ? In gen- I I for u Ian tINt. I to l 1.0 In ncoordlion
of them a rnge you
of its doom some years ago, carrying Ihe sun, many immature, : nuts will go ,' with luw ".ttl. .rtlllonl t-mbrncwi the .
among the jjlorlous achievements eriik' It's understood, that theIr.rntnmIg Ilimtfil 'In HmJonl ..
iliwrllml 1 pniiwrty
ex ; i i $2,000,000 in gold and other valuable! ( tIHI.IW; IS AWAKEStrolling : on growing a/lcllillin" out, thus makIng olliiwlnu
pity ;;
the rllrfy analogy we may have got to be free so tlat) they can county., Horiilii.. c.i-wil.
It will require only a decacte ': stored: in its! safe And then, too, choice plump nuts liml Increasing/ Lot 7 lllo<-k 28. 'In Tomplti'l Add to Stmrk.
pact that do' their Jobs properly. Naturally, ..i.i-lloii 2N, 'I'M. 0. It- 22. 'I'''.. ..1.l l Inn.! .bolnirJIIUHWIMI
or two for the mime progress In with Tom and! Bill doing their stunt,, I there are all the historic treasures of into the Quigley rool11CO'II. ,the weight un w.1a"\ the quality. The .. nl th.i iliilo of the Imnlnnr of llirh !

knowledge! and revolution In sentiment and hud blood between. them old Bros- the Spanish Main that lie untouchei factory the other day, a Telegraph uts cured in this way will always .nrtllli'HU Unl. m mil.l In Ihn ouitlnontii flaunt nf Mlnll Jam IM rudt
with regard, to the northern ton tiegiin. : to worry. at the bottom of the seu. Notable representative found! a large /cll readily.! and bring u premium ofat .or.lintr 1<> law. |jg( .h...,. will |HNII" tlNirvon. on ,.

prairies thut11'11 still called "Hurren beworthless. "At lust he went to Tom-It was { among these is the fleet of /galleons part of the floor covered with cypress least one cent per pound over poorly 'Ih.' Dili I lny my of iiriplnl NovtMiibui. niKiiutnni,, 1\. ". anti lU'JJ.Wtlnwu ...nl tItle
Grounds"" oDd are mill supposed\ to talk by then-und told liiihe'd wit! tho 61 h luy f UcUibor. A I'. IIUJ,
common >
from South America to Spain knees of all sixes anti[ shapes, and! Mr. also cured!
Mlhjalmiir Stefansson, In I ('ur'cnuIM\ The hay Is <). W. ALDhliMANHiitli : .
lire! the pair of them I gold/ plate and sunk in the harbor at Quigley busy "to bent the band" hollowing Cli'rk Circuit: Court
World's IV..k.War. Tom the and sweet. .
muJe up with Bill. pulled bright 0-tl-6t-ll-3 lira.I ford County Mil
in 1702 with treasure them out and shaping them.
Vigo l .Spain,
wool o> er the old man's eyes, all! the
Gas Mad Useful. right ; took him to Bill's tent und variously estimated at from $10,000) Some knees were intended. for hangIng If, on the other hand, peunutn S

By mliltiil tear iota developed' > for sliooU luinils, with Ii mu. But Malslecume |I, ono) to $40,000,000 flower pots, others hud legs! and!

war use, with deadly but odorlesshydrocyanic to BUI that nltflif.; i ____________ __ would make good flower tubs, sonic

acid a powerful dlslnfectunt 'I dmft want you to act with Tom' THE TELEGRAPH were intended for seats and, foot
the chemists of the chemical 'I dou't trust him. I q
she. said crying. IItoollllnd some" lull ones from New
varfnre service homes made a In combination siinl- lIe was threatening!! me this morning, The editor of the Telegraph hold>4 River swamp, having a regular taper, rlH*

that can ha used hydrocyanic safely acid, und-' I that news is the first essential in i IlI : were turned upside down fixed in pedestalx !- rE31
tury work. Since "Bill was an easy-going; fellow, and _
gas kills the eggs of vermin as well as laughed ut her '1 guess. Tom's all j I newspaper. If the paper is l of limited mailo of small knees, were Intended -

the vermin. It Is one of the most effective right.' he snld. 'Anyway we're hiking I j extent, then the news of the hon-u for fern vases to stand at front
known. As It has and surrounding section take) .,
disinfectants: tomorrow, und we can't spoil, tonight's town ( steps. ,
no taste "I smell and produces no discomfort fchow, now that .olI Broxton's sutls- | precedence of all others. This policy Mr. Quigley, always awake, saw in ---- .
when breathed, the first Indication lied.. II| has made the Telegraph what it i_ the cypress knees another "resource"fuinished : .. .
the atmosphere
of Its presence "I heard about all this afterward. I"n i emporium of news of Starke am: by nature, and! exploited it,
of the person
Is the collapse Is In the sjwdiist
My part bringing counties. Besidef
Is detected Instantly Bradford and Union with the result that he has received IIlIrICI'
breathing It. Tear gas und out here I'm wanted. I I
Its Irritant effect on the 1 the news of individuals and societies! order for "wares" made of cypress -
by used to be-but never, mind me. I
eyes even when time air contains only foil sick that night us I watched from I I the Telegraph tells. of improvement knees from Montgomery, Ala -

minute amounts, nnd the combination the runwny and saw Tom und, Bill contemplated and under way, whal The purposes to which cypress knees

of the two can thus be escaped, before each 0111111 trapeze smiling und blowing I the county and, town boards are (doinu lend themselves are almost unlimited, !

'the hydrocyanic add has a chance to kisses' to the audience und pretty and how the taxpayers' money Is being and! Mr. Quigley's ingenuity will make Bargains Bargains 1-

,act.New York Kveulng Post. Mulsie, riding her two- horses round t i spent. Events to take place arc the most of them.

the ring. nnd. looking up und-well. I announced, alto! the transactions ol I
thought she'd fall and !that's a thing of the schools
that nobody ever forgiven. meetings of interest, THE" l'Al'lmms: KIRST Saturday Specials
and of the churches.
"Something told me what was coming
and yet I hud, a sort of Instinct' Some of the news is gathered by the The man who subscribes and pays

that It would be all right In the I'Dd.i i office staff, some is sent in. In Starkewe for a newspaper-and anybody who C at the

I waited for the big dive. It came. have a society! reporter. Outside pretend.. to be anybody does BO these
Bill shot like lightning through the air I of Starke we have twelve correspondents each
days-spends more money year
ring to where Tom was and five in
across the in Bradford county
on that newspaper'than he does on Cash Store
-hanging by bill feet, head downward. Union county. These writers are any other printed item. lie spendsmore Department
I Bow-mlnl. sir,
"And then myeye's scattered all over the two counties,
trained-how Tom deliberately for a paper than a magazine be-
interest Is
moved, his hand R couple of Inches and no happening of any cause it's worth more to him. If It

aside. And Bill flew on and-missed! missed by them. The-Telegraph can" cost ten times more, he would still

"It was a mutter of split seconds, a* truly say that "it covers the field. buy it, and if the price was placed he-
DIDN'T UNDERSTAND SLANG"A Instant Bill had shot paid for this work and; the '
Next The
today to 'put I've said. money )'ond his means he would find some 90c Flour 90c
to fellow sleep.' out his other arm and grabbed Tom stationery and postage stamps. come excuse for borrowing it from 'his
me. thigh. F'orIIot un Instant the but
dldn't'dct It at round the to goodly sum during year,
"I am glad that he a : neighbor. Ire would have it, fur with. .
there In silence of death.You .
they hung it in'order to give
you do snore so/ we cheerfully pay out it he is at a disadvantage! with
feel death In the aIr sir.
l "Then could' Tom dropped.' And, holding our subscribers a good newspaper hiM neighbor and competitor, He Highest quality of pure flour, 24 lbs to the sk. _

New of the Ue most for Acetylene.One recent: uses. for each other locked they went whirling The Telegraph: the consists of not eight occupied wouldn't know what was going on if at the special price of 90 cents. Come early.

b slngeig.' chickens. It round and round, down to the saw large pages, and portions he didn't have it, and he would be left
acetjJene Is for !
and section
S of town
Is said that acetylene flame properly dust. by news landing still while his neighbor and
",\n,1 Tom was underneath. devoted to, first, state news, never -
In a
used! performs this. operation everyone around him kept moving on.
tl small fraction of the time usuallj "[)ellll1 The minute ho hit the less than three columns of the moatInteresting When a medium like that, the hometown $1.50 SHOES $1.50.
!'Smashed to pieces. But in Florida being -
required, that It removes the last yes' ground. happenings: Is so close to the hearts
I paper _
the fowl nnd that' what saved Hill, nave for a Then the most interestingnews
tlge of feathers given.
& of the people, when it IH no vital to
and collarbone. And I
that the burning off Is accomplishedwithout broken arm of the country and the world is the columns A special lot of ladies' shoes will be closed
the skin or heutlnn guess Bill: didn't rare when Le hooked, I hem, is it any wonder that out
iQ the dellcnte fieh.T.lephonelfl. Into JIuIsle's eyes. recorded. Among news matter we may of that paper are such an Important at the sacrificing price of $1.50 a pair. Come Early
"I'll never forget her holding him consistently place our advertisements, place In whkh to advertise? .

Spain. In the ,middle of the ring, among the legal and private, as they are of both r.,.. it any wonder that newspaper, advertising take your pick, get your size. I II

Within the next) five rears!, all tee creaming and confusion and knowing interest and importance to many. brings big returns in good I "
;j have l 11mmt i nothing but Bill lying there and In giving the news of Its section ,
Spain of tarke
I.tOn. lines In or bad? Merchant* ,
owned The tel" smiling: lit her. That's the way good and state, the Telegraph I is far ahead season OTHER GOODS EQUALLYAS
come government
wOOlen Lime nmcle. >>lr." II ask yourself these questions then tell
hnvalways >
phone systems of that country of any other paper in the state' and is REASONABLE

been notably unsatisfactory. Rendering a .Reason.. unique i irj this reipect. us your verdict.

A. the golf( ..en..on opens. your business But a new.papf must not onlv give -
This Pig a Real! Freak. friends resume their' argument newt, but also a'dviee. Thus we'prlnt 66ft quickly rflievn Cold, Consti

In the city of fllloxt. Mis". then to) prove that a man can do more work home-written and reproduced editorials pation Diliounnenn and IIttacl.uhn. A

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have that
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;; !f Bradford County Telegraph CANNING INDUSTRYABOUT -

) The Epworth League has been reorganized I

Published weekly and entered as TO BE RESUMED STARKE and will meet at Grace every Methodist Sunday eveningat church BRYAN'S I.I I.

class matter at the post
second 7:30.: The first bell will ring at

i'.' office at Starke, Florida. 1j 1----- -- -- --- 7:00.: Everybody, both young and old,

-- j TO RE-OPEN BABY LINCOLN'S MAKE .SNAPPY invited to attend. -
===- COMPANY: FORMING: are "

\ E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner I CANNING PLANT-PROBRLY APPEARANCE ]M.\ L. Loddholtz of Jacksonville, THE ECONOMY STORE"

BK.: READY TO HANDLE THIS spent Sunday with his family.

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY SEASON'S:.; I'OTATO CHOP. Look at that automobile! What Harry and Robert Taylor, of Clay True to

I .' J SUBSCRIPTION: RATE kind is it? Well's that a Baby Lincoln Hill, were visitors'' to Lawtey AVednes- It. oupromise to the

Per Year _________________$2.00 Starke and Bradford county will no or new 1923 Ford, said J. W. day.Mrs. public that each Saturday would
doubt be interested in learning that Andrews, Jr., local Ford agent. "I E. D. Boyer is spending a few II I

ADVERTISING RATESDisplay the Sub-Tropical Preserving Co. proposes thought/ I wag in the wrong freight days in Jacksonville at the home of be Bargain Day at

canning factory In car myself when I opened the door and her daughter Mrs. Highsmith our store we
per inch __________ .23 operating a I
the near future. saw these new models. Mrs. Roy Roberts of Palm Beach, have listed below few
inch _____ .20 a items
Plate Matter, per uu
Folks it looks and acts ]like real on
of her
This company is headed by a groupof is a guest this week parents,
______ .____ ..10STARKE
i' I Readers, per line u- competent business men who have automobile. Ask anyone of six owners }fr. and Mrs W. H. Biggs. which you can save
f money.
made a study of the canning industry of new models sold by Mr r An- B. Y. P. U. was reorganized last

FLORIDAIs and have surrounded themselveswith drews since their arrival. They all week and will meet every Friday evening

the county neat of Bradford county competent heads in each department claim the riding qualities! have been at the Baptist church, 730., Everyone

i a town of 1500/ population; locat improved. For appearance sake, the invited to attend and take partin Saturday Oct. 7th is

ed in the best agricultural section of Mr. Frank Burkart, superintendent, top I is, changed to a one-man style, these meetings.Rev. ,

1 the State. has had over thirty years experiencein gypsy ;winged curtains on the rear, K; D. Boer filled his appointment .

,I Starke is beautifully located; has the canning industry in various slanting windshields< which opens, at the Baptist church Sunday. Flour & Ham

wide paved streets lined with trees; parts of the country. thereby improving the ventilating sys- Seven new members were added to : '

,t excellent light, water and sewerage Mr. H. W. Baines, whose services tem. The front seat has more room, the church. After the preaching ser-

systems, well constructed building; have recently been acquired by the so has the rear. vices the church met in conference for II''

Trade and high school second to none; company, is thoroughly familiar with We are not auto experts but are the purpose; of calling a pastor for LOOK LOOK !

} five churches, broom factory nationally the jobbing trade, and is the head of told that the 1923 model engine is the ensuing associational year and to

known mineral upring'and the best the sales/ department. equipped with anew"_ carburetor whichis elect officers for the churc and Sun-

stores in the country. Two railroads William Thomas, also a recent ac- a gas saver.' The demountable rims day school. RPV. Boyer was given a A 24 lb. sack BLUE ROSE

supply excellent transportation facil quisition by the company, has had a are now secured by permanent lugs. unanimous call, and J. J. McLeod was j 88c30C self88

ities. It is one of the largest straw wide experience in or/anizution-wi1l/ With so many improvements, the Fordis elected assistant pastor, J. W. Barber rising flour. Pay cash, save Cj

berry raising sections in the South. without doubt prove a valuable assetto now better than ever before. superintendent and J. L. Harrell secretary -

BRADFORD COUNTY the company. I' and treasurer. I j

Is one of the most fertile counties in It will be but short time when the LAWTEY Mr. and Mrs. Truby Willis and children Swift's Premium 30e

the:: state of Florida >As an agricultural I products of Bradford county will be Mrs Adam Andrews and children

,'J i'' section it has won high laurels found in all parts of the country. Lawtey, Oct G.-;Mrs. W. E. To- are spending a few days this Hams lb.
rode and Edwin, pent several per
for its crops. Bradford county is the The canning factory is becoming/ eon week with relatives in Lake Butler. I ,

home of strawberries, early crops, great factor in every day life, and the days in Starke last wed While there Georgia Hams, Ib _________h ,:q

t which ret farmers big returns. It lathe people are beginning to realize that rlwin] was operated on for ton ilitis. BRADFORD) j I Atlantic Flour, ,:n lib. sack, self-rising-----------c---------_ _u____. .. .. jja:

f, home of a fine class of farmers, a i products properly canned close to the Tho operation was, a success aril the Atlantic Flour 12 lb. sack, self-rising _________III___-___ ..+.

community in which peoplo can enjoy I source! of supply are of better quality," little patient I getting, along nicely. I i Bradford, Oct. G.Mozelle Harrell I Sweet Rose Flour, self-rising 21 lb. sack .__uuu__ __ I.:,
Miss Eunice Whitehead the
living flavor, more economical and easier to spent carried a load of fine cotton to Worthington Town Crier, 21 Ib sack ],7.11',
I i I week-end in Starke with her aunt ------------------h-
'J Any information regarding Starko handle, than the vegetables from a Saturday.S. Pillsbury, 12 ]Ib sack _________ _____________ ..

:' or Bradford county will be gladly furnished distant market.No Mrs. W. A. Colley. C. Andreu spent the week-end [ Pillsbury, 24 Ib sack __hn____ _--__________11111111.11",:!
I by the Bradford County Telce doubt the farmers of Bradford Misses Lottie Galney and Lnrena with his father-in-law, C. M. Dennison Ballard's self-rising, 2Mb sack__ --------______IIIIIII--__ i,:-:,
e Hazen of the school faculty,
graph county and vicinity will lend their cooperation of Midway. Bollard's self-rising, 12-lb sack__ _uu___________"II__ .,1;
I d will spent Saturday and Sunday at their Albert Hardee the of Blue Rose I
to an enterprise that! was guest Relf-rising, 12-lb !sack-------------------------- 4-
} I homes in Brooker. Miss, Eva;; Reddish ;
j and other construction .
Building always assure them of a ready mar- friends and relatives at Dukes Satur- Blue Rose self-rising 9C-b] sack---------------------------J.q:,

I,,I. 'i work during 1923 will be immense. I accompanied them. ,, day and Sunday.C. O. K. self-rising, OC-lb{J sack ____ ____________1.111111" "I" Y: *
ket.The W. E. Torode visitor to the
''f. This will cause the rise in prices oft company's intentions are to was a M. and S. V. Andreu were in 2 Jb package Table Salt _____ ___ _________________III"___ o.;,

r1 I lumber and other building material commence operations at the Starke county seat Friday. Worthington Thursday. Kellogg's Corn Flakes _________ __,-________"" ai,!

t f. Better do your building and repairing plant with the sweet potato crop of I Miss Iris Epperson of Starke, spent N. G. Hayes, Jr., went to Worthington Oat Meal -------___________ _____-___.,.__"_"n
reasonable the week-end here with her sister, I t
; while the prices are still this season. It is interesting/ note !Mrs Atiderson. Saturday. Best Butter -________________ __________________________ ..17j
'1' that statistics taken from the U. S. Those numbered on the sick list this I,j Breakfast Bacon Strips, Ib ___ ,, 211,
In several of the state they Jeff and Pasco Grins and sister, u ----------h.
parts for inland waterways.All agricultural department 1)22!) bulletin Miss\ Ella of Highland visitors week are Mrs. Florence Varnadoe, : j All lOc-Sweet Crackers ..__On -- __________________'_______ olj

are working states that the demand for canned were Mrs. N. G. Hayes and C. M. Andreu. I Soda Crackers ____u_________ 'Q.Macifroni I
the state they are constructing here Saturday.Miss ----------h
over sweet potato is in its infancy and is Stephen Hague Is at Gainesville --____----______ ..0''" t
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roads. With canals to brings Jeanette Simmons was visitor I
good a -
growing by leaps and bounds a* a, taking electrical treatment from Dr. I ALL GOODS WILL BE SOLD AS CLOSE AfT'; POSSIBLE" t
schooners and barges to inland points to Jacksonville Thursday.Rev. .
staple canned article. This is greatly Johnson. He is reported to be doing These prices are for cash and are for one day .
only, Saturday
and hard roads to enable auto trucksto E. D. Boyer was a visitor to
due to the food value. In the comparative October 7th.BRYAN'S.
distribute goods to community Baldwin Thursday. fine.Mrs. I
every tests of canning qualities of Billy Surrir cy and son, Frank
Florida is all\ the time becoming. ?\ .1 Mrs. L. A. Marr and L. A. Jr., Mrs. }
sweet potato varieties and strains were in Worthington Saturday. .They
lens dependent upon the arrogant J. H. Rowe and children were shopping -
grown at he government Arlington experimental were accompanied\ home by Mr. Sur- GROCERY
clans who run the railways. in Starke Thursday., .
farm the Porto Rican was rency.
r J. A. Howe was transacting business '
represented as among the best of the Jonathan Dukes was the guest of
Sustained work is all that counts. in Starke Tuesday.! .j
deep colored. type, which is of excellent O. W. Barry this week. -
Occasional furious spurts to put your Miss Eldridge Reddish and Mrs. -
marketing quality C. M. Andreu and son; were visitors .
business on a better footing, only Hattie Black were visitors to Jacksonville -
The company's intentions are to:, operate in the LaCrosse section Sunday.1IAM1'TON .
make things worse. Be candid l toward Wednesday..
the Starke plant for all
yourself and find out where the trouble crops \\'. ]F:::. Torode and J. J. McLeod\ were
in sufficient quantities in Bradford -
really lies, then do your best to grown transacting business in Jacksonville
and vicinity.
remedy it.: There Is more than one !Monday.Mrs. .
4 We understand that this company is Hampton, Oct. 6.-Mrs. Elsie
1 way to skin a catrbut jerking the hide W. A. Colley of Starke, was
taking n complete inventory of all Sparkman and Miss Emma Hicks are
off by main strength is the worst of the guest Monday of her sister, Miss(
crops now planted and to be plantedthe upending this week with friends and
all. Rebecca Whitehead .
'' .... coming year in Bradford county relatives at Plant City.
E. J. Roberts visited relatives in
Vr and solicit any and all informationthat nev Burke, of Waldo preached at
t The railway strike being over, our Jacksonville and Baldwin Saturdayand
will be Beneficial. the Methodist church Sunday morning .
aq real estate men are confident that Sunday.
The business! men of Starke, realizing and evening.W. .
4 there will be a large influx of home- >Mrs. Fortune Moulin returned to
the benefit this industry will be E. Hutchcnson is the guest of
seekers to Starke and the entire coun- / her home in Jacksonville Sunday af-
.:, to the community, are- lending their his daughter, Mrs. Benjamin Chrichlo, Convention
? ty. While the coal strike is a thing i ter spending. a week with her parents, Program
of Jacksonville.Mrs. .
t't'r \- moral and financial support to the
of the past, it is a spectre that will !Mr. and Mrs M. Padgett
cause, which will insure ultimate success W. L. Bugg has recently beena
not down, but is ever before the vision Augustus Lnadholtz returned home
business visitor to Starke.
"; of those who liver where coal is a vital {Friday from Jacksonville where he THE FIFTH SUNDAY CONVENTION
:- :Mass Meeting to lie Held Dr. Biggs, of Starke, was! a professional OF) THE DISCIPLES -
necessity, and many of them are turning I has been for several weeks.
A mass meeting of the farmer's' of, visitor here this week. OF CHRIST WILL BE HELD AT LAKE
q their eyes toward sunny Florida Arthur Anderson and family, of
) ; abundance the county anti all other interested B. J. Prevatt, of Starke, was the BUTLER-OCTOBER 28, 29, 1922.
where the forests supply an spent Sunday here at the
citizens is culled for 3 o'clock in. nest of relatives and friends here
of what little fuel Is needed. home of Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson. -
Saturday, October 7th, to discuss the this week.S. a SATURDAY MORNING

{ new canning industry. It is urgently R. Swindel, of Theressa, was at- 10:00-0pening:
Ford had announced prayer and 1 praise
r Even after Henry Marion- Oliver, of Baldwin, spent -H. Blake'
requested that all interested in the nding/:_ to builneaa here last Satur- 10:1j-\Velcome:
; that his big automobile plan Sunday her- tth@home of E. J. Rob. Address---------C.: River
welfare ITiid of the commun- 5
would be shut down for an indefinite progress day.Neal 10:30-Response-----------------------: Crew.-
ity be present at this meeting. Tht erts.Mr. Youngblood, of Theressa, wa; 11 :OO-Three '
,' period his advertising hut gone on and !Mrs .T. J. McLeod left 01 15-Minute Addresses on- ,
meeting will he held at the county : business visitor here Monday. Our
he pi Fellowship With the
uninterruptedly.Vhy7 Because Tuesday! for Melrose, where they will Fath r-J. N. Daughtry. ;
1' court house in Stark The Baptist Sunday school held Our
did not wish his products to be partly spend a week with relatives.F. Fellowship With the Son-R. C. Heiberger .
their annual election last Sunday and
I forgotten while he was marking time. H. Long, of Starke, was transacting Our Fellowship Wit lithe Holy Spirit-So P. Smyser
FORD ON 1)Et'KHenry officers elected as follows: )
he has not been able to f
Of late years business! in town Saturday. ,Hit I ,
Ford has resumed" operationsIn Superintendent, A. :M. Williams.
.. produce cars and tractors fast enough daughter Miss
Margaret -
;; his big Detroit factories and the accompanied Assistant Superintendent, C. E. SATURDAY )
and it would AFTERNOON
for the demand, seem him.Buford.
4f is to the whole country Harper.
news pleasing
,: that advertising on his part would, Higginbotham of Maxville, 2:00-: evotional, Song and .
He got what he went aftercoalat Secretary, M. Watterson.. Testimony-E. Thorn2:30
"' therefore, be entirely unnecessary! was a visitor to Lawtey Friday. quest.
reasonable In the future Mrs. A. A. Durden.
f a price. Organist,
But Ford knows that his eminence a*! Walter Wilkerson of : -Business Session.
reached he may thwart the coal barons by acquiring Jacksonville Teachers, V. B. Wheeler, Prof. W, .
p a manufacturer has been spent Sunday here with relatives. The Purpose of Our
_tr mines of his own. During the O. Duval, Mrs. A. A. Durden Mrs. II Convention. ,
( mainly through advertising! and that Mrs. F. H. Simmons and daughter, (Round Table)
standstill of his work, other big employers B. Peeples, Mrs. M. I. Watterson.
taxation of publicity would inevitably Miss! Jeannette, left for Jacksonville 3:30: -Report of Delegates.
were watering: develo'pmentsamong E. J. Kinsf who has been visiting
work the other way. This knowledgei Monday after upending several l weeks 3.J5-Dismissal. '
is i. shared by all of the country's most his host of workers, who in relatives fn Tampa, returned to his {

.... Detroit alone the here.Mr.
are as numerous as
successful business man. inhabitants of Tampa. But no disturbance and Mrs.\ Int Wilkerson -and home here this week. SATURDAY EVENING ,/

! took place. His: men knew thatwas daughters[ Misses Irene and Kate, of Mrs. F. Hicks returned to her home 7:50: -Devotional__ T. N. Kendricks
A became flllei! -----
Kentucky woman ?
Maxville! were shopping in town Saturday 8:00-Sermon-S.:
L with "pious" wrath when aft organ their friend, and they sympathized here after a visit with her daughter, P. Smyser. t

with him in him efforts to putdown ,/ Mrs.( Parley Wynn, of Auburndale.'
installed in her church against \
was \ Jesse Newsom, of Starke, was a LORD'S DAY MORNING9:30Special
r f her wishes. She hacked the Instrument profiteering.They visitor here Wednesday.Mrs .

O a to pieces with an axe and burned George Anderson spent Wednesday VICTORY BONDS : Prayer Service-----------E. \
tell us! that wisdom is more lOOO-Bible: School ''
up the remains. She hud perhaps in Starke. Periofl-------------E. W. Miller

found some passage in the Good Book, precious! than !gold, but it won't pay ;Mrs Mae Moseley of Clay }Hill, wasa : The government r--!Is exercising its OO-Sermon 11 .I5-Communion.:: "Our ___------_____J.tlullady: ;

df according to her interpretation for a beefsteak.We .
.which visitor here Wednesday.
option of calling in several series of 12100! -Dinner.
; ( ,} / forbade music, although the same Lonnie Moseley, of Clay Hill, was
hook records that David! with his harp never could! understand why people the Victory, or fifth issue of its war i '

l soothed! Saul's stormy breast.", Or, who borrow trouble never want to A TONIC bonds These bonds are to be surrendered AFTERNOON

perhaps she thought thai if we had nay it back. Drove' Tasteless chill Tonic' restores on December 15th and those 2:00-Devotional: -__-_____- :Mrs-\ E. W. Millers
?i who hold them after that date will be .2:,t5-C. E. '
the privilege of enjoying organ music Energy and Vitality by Purifying and Program--------Miss Francis :Murrhee\

I in this world, we would not long sot People who are beset with troubles Enriching the Blood. When you feel lu entitled to no further interest pay 3:00-The: e d of Spirituality in' the Church____.

: much for the inferior harp music of strengthening invigorating effect, see howIt ments. The Bank of Starke has full -To be Filled.
the who
are most the
U 4 the next. But then, again, her motive ones appreciate brings color to the cheeks and how information about the series that 3:30-The: Wisdom of Soul Winning.; C. Heilerer ;

.'may have been but worldly and, selfish happiness when it comes. It fmproves the appetite!!, you wiilthen have been called in and will be gladto r =

i The organ may have been an Asthmatic appreciate its true tonic value. assist holders! in converting their EVENING c '

one-lunger, and the organist may Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic i.1 simply bonds into cash. We will transport 7:30: -Devotional Song._________-_______li. Blake 1
666Cure. Jrou and Quinine suspended in wrap. So .the bonds under our insurance and attend OO-Serrnon: "The
? f have known more about playing "1)00"than pleasant Holy Spirit-Who He Is ana
l> even children like it. The blood I to all correspondence without What lIe boo-E. ,

{ aY of playing the instrument. In needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to charge. O. Woodward. .
Malaria Chill and Fever .
'1 that case perhaps the lady was Justified Enrich It. Destroys! Malarial germs and BANK OF STARKE, a --
Dengue Bilious Fever It kill
I or Gdp germs by its Strengthening& Iovigor! .
: in her action. the 0-22-2t Starke, Fla. i ie
germi.! acing& Effect. ,CUc.
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Arch A. Durden of Hampton, spent I A BUSY PLACE THE DIRECTOR I I"IIjt

Tuesday here on a business trip. -
The busiest place in Bradford coun- i
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Ii Bits of LocalInformation 'd. J Mrs.!\ W. L. Collins has returned ty just now II'S. R Johns' ginning BIDS FOR FAVOR 'ENTADR1ICOLUMN ; ,

home after a visit in Jacksonville. establishment in Starke. Cotton is k'', ,JJII.

coming from Bradford Union and ." \', "

John Clemons,'of Brooker was henTuesday Clay counties by wagons and trucks, 'I" ,',I \
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I attending to business. and from Baker Alachua Putnam Distinctly New Type of Costurr. "
I The WANTED-We buy L, L Y. P. rar. 1 ,
counties by trains.
P_.... and Marlon Is in Evidence in the Re ,
Tiyew :rW ._... /a'.rer W. B. Alexander of Hampton, was activity there is feverish for the cot- dom and green boards. Write us (,
a business visitor hero Saturday.Mr. ton must bo ginned and baled to make cent Collections. how much of this you cuts and {if 1 r.i

...... room for the large quantities arriving you can cut schedule as well. We ,1 I It'
and Mrs. L. E. Miner are in daily and Mcnsra. Johns and W. L. '

plain R. C. Heiberger represented Miss Maggie\ Dekle is in St. Augustine Cocoa visiting relative Wall have their hands full keeping GREEK SPIRIT STILL I HOLD want regular shippers. Schell-Sasse II\ I

.ooklyn in Starke Monday. visiting relatives.E. account of the different batches, the I Manufacturing: Co., P. O. Box 1092 ,

I Miss Evelyn Colson spent Saturday 'cotton seed and the shipments Jacksonville Fla. S-22.3t/ 1> "

Ii. B. Colson, Brooker merchant, M. Johns made a professiona in Jacksonville with friends I 'So far this season about 20(1( bales AncUnt Not Prevail In Afternoi' t

.d 1' business in Starke Monday. I'Irip to Ocala Monday.J. have been ginned.: Many of these are and Evening Dresses; M.ds Displaced WANTED-Several hundred cords of
and Mrs.. G. M. In- Year. Ago by Moyen
Mrs. E. R. Neff coming mostly
short staple four fuot wood delivered at the
I pay cash for chickens and eggs L. Corbett spent Sunday at the man spent Saturday and Sunday in from Alachua and Marlon counties It Ag. or Low Waistline. Light & Water Plant Starke. Par-

Kickliter. 9-29-2t homo of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rigdon. Jacksonville.W. the boll weevil has not
K evident that
Is Some of the most Important (Ire .- lies\ interested in the above will

been so busy after all. Present indications maker have elected to emphasize I tltXrectoIre please address the Bontjil; of Bond 1 '
Jack Bailey, of Plant City Is W. H. Perkins is recovering ftom a W. Colson has returned home after ginning season -
Mrc promise a long drapery, Thus In the reo Trustees, Starke Fla., C. A. Futch
of Starke. severe attack of the dengue fever. with relatives in Key West AI
-ding Mrs. W. A. Dubose a visit cent collections there> Is a distinct Clerk. 9-29-2t e

__ __ ________ and Miami. new type of Dlrertolre costume; 1 be-

I if Witt C. Jones was a business vls- A., W. Anderson and O. L. Haynes. METIIODIST cause while Introducing the Dlrectol I: '
FOR SALE-Our Walnut street residence
Lake Butler Monday. : motored to Jacksonville Friday.F. W. A. Colley, whose work is at El- motif In the skirt the couturier baa t
i"""i to if sold
at a bargain, at once.
his bodice. There:
I II lenton is home on a visit with Come to the house of God this beau- kept the low waistline bi
A. Crowder made a business trip la I very strong feeling, notes a fuh- Write Jay S. Brown Plant City, v
ol. D. E. Knight was a profession- i Lo Lake Butler Friday. family. tiful fall weather. Ion writer In the New York Trltfun I -Fla. 8188HO6FOR 119tIPA
Jacksonville Wednesday. Sunday morning
visitor to Sunday school every that there will he a decided' development -
Mrs. M. E. Edwards and son Laurie Brother Perryman
at 10 o'clock. Into more pronounced. Dlrectol '
SALE-r-About 40 berry refrigerators
One month of school has already Tuesday !
James T. Wills and family of Wal- Edwards of Lawtey spent is back as superintendent after beingaway Dirt

tu. spent Sunday with his mother passed a Student Jpformod us. Trust with Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. ISheriff for the summer. We are gladto I sixty-four quart.
i them, they know. II cheap for cash. Brown & Son, Plant
Mrs. J. T. Wills. see him back. Fla. 8-18-8MO-0
W. J. Epperson made a buslines City: ,
Services both morning and evening I
I Misses Iris Epperson and Margaret \ last Tues ,
KuD( Brinson was a Sunday visitor !* trip to Jacksonville next Sunday. In the morning! we shall I FOR SALE CHEAP-Buick Six in
the week-end in Luwtey
i Jacksonville where he went for Nong/ spent day. have as out subject "What Christ 1r. I No. 1 condition with second set of
with Miss Margaret Godwin.
irdical attention. Doth Require of Us." In the eveningwe I tires; tires are practically new A. ,;

Thomas Mills the_ Graham black- I W. J. Epperson Jr., has returned Horace Wilson 'and Carl Johns, of shall speak upon "The Simple Plan I A. Wainwright Route 1, Starke.

'nnth and wheelwright: t. was in Starke to his employment with the Seaboard the University of Florida spent Sunday I of Salvation The hour is moved up 9-i-tf. _

i' .ipRduy.W. Air Line Railway Company.J. with homefolks. to 7:30. Note the change r JI

Epworth league begins at "J o'clock ., I FOR SALE-A practically\ now piano ,

Nelson of Nocatee is upemliiK J. M. Oliver, of Baldwin\ was a A. W. Anderson will II I self A. A. Wainwright 1'
O. !"'. Kickliter has had a commodious Sunday at the home of Dr. and promptly. Mrs. I Will cheap. < ;
the home of :\ir.1, guest
a few days at be leader. > Stnrke. 0-1-tf
garage built in the rear of his Route 1,

and Mrs. T. A. Brinson. '.\ I premises on North Walnut street. Mrs. E. L. Bigga Prayer meeting Wednesday owning a p oI h'

visit to his Stanley Carnell], of Ormond, spent at 7:30. I HELPFOL HINTS I r
J. C. Manning paid a Chil-
Plain sewing neatly done. home
the week-end as a guest' at the
,id "stamping,: grounds"' "at Glen St. Iren's clothes reasonable. Mrs. L. of Mr.\ and Mrs. F. A. Scott. AUTOS CRASH 1 Add a scraped rnrrot or two to lima /

Marys: on Sunday. :;ashatt.., Telephone 139-J.! It* beans; It Improves tho flavor of the t
accident occurred on Call beans
A blight
the W. M.\[ Wainwright; of Tallahassee : wall
c. I. Underhill has purchased J. S. Griner proprietor of "Indian street in front of the Juanita Cafe on When serving
here hit parents
lack Howe place and has his family had bus- spent Monday afternoon last when the Ford egg on toast
-ake, Farms near Brooklyn Friday
D. Wainwright
Mr. and Mrs. N, to a sick person t
ncely located there. __ ness in Starke Monday. car owned and driven by Perry Johns cut tile toast Into +

--- mashed, into the Ford of Frank Hol-
of Jacksonville I
McMillan and
Mrs. Alma latch piece'
Miss Norma Farmer and pllrentll.Ir. Harold C. Wall Starke's popular lingsworth. Both drivers had their I 4
Friday \ spent, the week-end with her parents cover with the ,

\ and Mrs. B. Farmer, spent insurance agent, has purchased a new'ord Mrs| and Mrs. II.- E. Lagergren. cars under control and no serious poached egg. It '
enroute to St. : ,
night in Starke, touring car. ilamage was done. I Is much easier ':

Petersburg Virginia Weeks of Brooker, is Both carS were traveling eastward Ilais seal. of by the patient I t

Freeman Register is turning out spending the week-end with Luci'e Mr. Hollingsworth in the lead; Mr. I Large dinner napkins. In most families 1'
comprising Joe Wain- I seldom used (four of them) ;
A party from his were
ionic nice looking paint jobs Mitchell. Johns a few feet behind i
\ Jim Kickliter I! Insertion' of heavyluce I II
wright; Harold C. Wall suddenlyand \ set together with
stopped !
shop. Mr. Hollingsworth
W. A. Bessent :Jr. motored to I and. finished around the edge with
and ? W. E. Torode, of Lawtey, left as Mr. Johns was looking in another ,
Model of Crepe de Chine Showing th. the Insertion and the lace. Tills makes #
Jacksonville Sunday. Shortage/ of wood was the cause of Sunday afternoon after spending several direction at the tim Ford hit Use of Greek Drapery. .! n most. desirable and pretty luuehHemingway's -

of the jtarke being without lights a couple days with her sister Mrs. E. L. Ford. Mr. Johns' bumpers protected. tailh, .

Sam Rosenberg Store proprietor was here on of early mornings last week Biggs. his car but dented the left rear fender styli'H. However, the cleverness ,of I IF> INTEREST: TO COTTON OROW- S
rash; Department Lizzie. this new Dlri'ctolre note 1 1M Its fnlnuugAetiloii
serving many of his customers of Mr. Hollingsworth's new mid. the actual I creation of ERS ". P
Saturday, friend Dr.I W. E. Middleton has had the The Children of the Confederacy; The damage; was repaired at a locigarage distinctly modern. thliiKN around thlt I ,
and "
fences around his premises overhaul will meet Saturday afternoon at four to the satisfaction! of both par biiHlcly cliiHHlc) Idea. Ralford, Fla., Sept. 1, 1922.Cditor .

Kurtz of Pittsburgh Pu., if od and. rebuilt and the ground remmleled. oVlock with little Miss Evelyn Stump ties. As everybody knows HIP. Olrectolrwim ;: Telegraph
I. M. ,
local hotel. Mr. Kurt; n development from the Orcoh- Starke, Fla.

registered at a farm througfO. Mrs. Sim Butch came in from the, Students of Bradford County lug uii effort us It were, to iidupt I the Mini Sir Will please allow me
recently purchased a Mrs M. L. Johns is in Jaeksonvilli and gUIlt to make themselves pllclty\ and art of early Jreok dree. Dear you
was a determined
Stroul State Farm Tuesday School; are '
the E. A. in put the following notion In
M. Inman of with her daughter Mrs. James Warren athletl to the uses of the adventurous.( Intrlculnff pace Iyouroflpl'r
o' Mrs. II. I... Brownlee. known in state-wide
of thurhnlent for the benefit of the Cotton -
spirit unit milliners
moved then ,
Agency. who has recently events and to meet'this t end have organized Dlrectoln. Thus what In Ibl Rrowprs. .

from Detroit.Iich.: Mrs. O. L. Beasley has returned athletic association. Th Willi110,1..
wagons nowT'allyfor an natural (reek I environment
one-horse I to cotton and'ill
prepared' buy
Four am
2 inch tread, IVi from Americus Ga., and is now ir association! will designate athletes to cst simple nasal pure hernnic lliiKrnnlly .
sale; IVi and Mrs A. 1'. Anderson of Archer, 11119: Mr. and Bradford : Tin pay the highest market price. I11m I
selected oak and Tampa visiting. her parents represent High in liringini hriizpn, elaborate anal vulgar
inch axles. :Made of returned home after a visit with hei artificiality of French life nt thn ready to Kin either Sea Island. or f
Co. Lake Mrs: Durden. honor to their school.OOlcers .
hickory. F. M. Rivers Plow daughter Mrs. E. M. I) avis, of the new orJlwitlltionart' period, triinNformed freedom Into 1 II. tends, cotton for anyone who wants
Hutler Flu '' Mrs L. H. Partridge of Luke City, cense, purity Into grossness and) art (otton irinned. I do not hurdle short "

Miss, Kate Livingston; is in Tampa 'I' Sunday here with her husband : Into ncnsiiHllty. 'otton at all, but make a specialty of q
olt.awtey spent Prof. S. S. Dowling.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Anderson,the' visiting at the home of her brother who'I is for the Consumers Manager, Skirt Draped, Low Waistline Remain, inning Sen Island and taking- care
manager Charles Johns.SecretaryTreasurer .
were here Sunday as G.. C. Livingston.A. Captain, It In u mutter of history' Unit diirlmth of r the need for any one who wants to !a
Lumber Co.Mrs. rlmwn.A .
guests of Mr. and !Mrs. W. J. Epper Kas French IHructortil" women wKin ., five their seed

son, and while here attended the mem /. Adkins and A. S. Crews went t I, A. Z. Adkins and daughter,, basketball team will be the firs utnpted l these' Ho-rnlled (reek; fitxhlonKreiiHtul The Sea island. cotton mnrket has t'it
Dover,, of the teams organized to bring victor Ilielr hodli'H In order Ibnheir "
orial service for Mr. Perry to Bronson '''Sunday afternoon to at in Jacksonville Saturda opened up yet and, I realize I cnn- .. ,
Hazel were Practice und drat
Baptist church to the school. was ti'iiiiHpiirent clliiKlnit |" J k
which was held at the tend the fall term of circuit court for / notI"y'more for cotton thin anyone
Adkins'Mrs. \
and ('Sunday, guests of Mrs. started* Monday night and the indications erli'K'' Mionld reveal moro cli'tu'ly tlielphyNlcal

of Pittsburgh Pa., lain Levy county. sinter, Jack Briggs. for a fast team are strong. "' ''''rms. It ,N rimmed ton, elso, but I can bnj/will" 1'us) high a

JobSauers, with lilt during\ this period I a niiin'N Nile ,: price for cotton as any other buyer,

Starke for a 4-weeks' visit Four one-horse wagons now readj; Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson, of The association's treasury just now. (rex* wait. only limited I by MM. IIlIIhll Inn I anti will save you thn kind of Feed you Ji
San- he decided
Mrs. ,Sauers. at their home on for sale; 1% and 2 inch tread 1U Gainesville spent the first of the is rather slim but means will and a "'''lIInn'" by her lieiuity. Thnthere 8 'ant. If cotton prices advance anywhere -
Mrs. W. A. Knoblock, selected oak and upon for a hasty, increase was no limit In a\lllIuU8( dress
derson street. inch ales.lade\ of week with Mrs. Wilson's father Cot It will advance at Ruiford. aswe

of homestead Pa., a daughter; of Mrs. hickory. F, M. Rivers Plnw Co., Lnk(, W. T. Weeks. lliippll.V. Mtiliiy the, Dlrectolre motif I IIBOllle expect to Compete ut nil time in
her. \\ hilt tempered. by a sense. ot |per
Sauers is also visiting, Butler, Fltt. 92tfMiss IheCopyright. IlTCfill'CA \ prlety. lying We! lire (glad to serve onyone

family mov- Mrs. E. T: Campbell Mr. and Mrs. The direct Greek Is strung also lithe 'ho has cotton in the way of buying;

William' M. Bryan and this : Elma Robinette is enjoying n Levitt and Dr. Parker of Welaka, motored new collections, and munv( of tin or ginninir. It Is no use to ship your

ed into the R. A. Weeks cottage two weeks vacation at her home Ir here Wednesday and
week. The cottage presents a fine appearance Perry but will return to Starke next' several days in Starke. ; <>nneH are Greek In Hplrlt. AI! / et the same prices and accommodations \

having been redecoratedoutside week and resume her position, with 1999 Western N.w.p pr Union, IhroiiKh the past winter there has beet at home. t ,

and inside. the: Bradford County Abstract Co. Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and children '' humble ''Itlzon. ot the land a tendency toward the draped eve Yours for better prices for cotton. a 1

returned afternoon from when. clad In the armor or a rlKhteounrnuwi. nlng dress. In H..lr.lTurt to flea -15-4t A. 0. ANDREWS. I 1 "z
Walnut and Eighth; Sunday In stronger than all the hone. of noinethtiiK tllMtlnctly/ new end, Interesting
The lot, corner Leo Canovn's friends will interested .
lip Gainesville\ where they visited Mrs. I .
W. Alvarez hi Error. the furls dre Hiniikers have DOM .
street owned by J. to know that he has accepted a Mrs. S. T. Dell.
S. L. Al- sister fenced toward the Dlrectolre ; that Is
planted to strawberries by rich place with J. H. Cohurn's \Minstrels,, STAIN REMOVERS the Dlrectolre evidenced/ In the MklrIrurery 'i '' I I

varez. This land is ekceptional\" as one of the solo singers/ and also in Last Friday evening the W. C. T. but not yet defined In 11 tiodlep i':

and if "Doc" does not have the bragpatch chorus. They are now traveling In removing stains from fabrics one r f'
the U. !gave a box supper at the armory. remember that delicate i!
has always to ,
his own Cash Market
of the county it will through the North but will be in this All who attended spent an enjoyable colors may be It has been un easy step from the, I \v"
Ireclun styles of the winter to merge<
fault. state right after the holidays. evening and the sum of $25 was real. faded by careless at the depot
Into the Dlrertolre, because It was tinJreek
,handling. Use theN
next ized. ( that Inspired the Dlrectolrt f
The W. C. T. U. will meet The Woman's Club will meet Wednesday a f e s t methods
luring the early trliiinptiM' of Napoleon
afternoon at three o clock, at afternoon the 11th intt.! : at first If starch IN Meats that satisfy
Tuesday membersurged Rev. A. E. Dunham has returnedto "store he became aQ atiibltloun aa tf I
the Methodist church. All I 4 I o'clock at the club house The October Starke from Syracuse and Utica, applied to a spot .'rente an empire. VegetablesAll
this is the time of blood while It ,
to be present as meeting is the time designatedTor The Dlrectolre him not heeu in
commit N. Y., where he had spent the summer Is still dump, and, vogutilnce '
for election of officers for the to attend paying annual dues, and each and his many friend) welcome /mulr': the march Is alto .. 1IHW' and It In curious to relate kinds fruit f r

Delegates will be elected nember in requested to pay their dues the hat It was dlHpliiced by the Mnyec ?
year. will\ beheld him home. ,- owed dry, ti. tfin Spot rubbed, Free Delivery
that Kite or low wulstllne In 11M",. Sine
convention I
the state this meeting.
it $2 at itarcli will bring away all color from k *
3ht in t- hat time all the faHhlont have reaired
in Kissimmee on Hostesses for the Woman's Club the fillers of the cloth. This U especially
around the low walwllne !
I Prof. Dowling principal of the B. :! good when cleaning wuol. Othertulnx an S ..1\
the next Wednesday' will be Mrs. J. II. tll" natural uneorHeted, ngure.
Henry I.. Stev.. ison, owner of if. S., states that all monthly reportsf may be absorbed In the same I We sell our meat
Worth who excel: In eventniIrvHscH '
Bitch Mm. A. Z. Adkins Mrs W. E.
returned home on no It I. always safe to try chalk
Rising Pecan Farm students' work will be handed to way Is notably working ipn thln < at a price that gives usa ;,
a vacation of I after the :Middleton and Mrs; N. D. Wainwright: Hour! or starch and blotting/ paper Is
spending second :Monday
Tuesday after hem the > >ct(>lre lines He has made nuui
In very useful to absorb a spot If treated fair margin of profit.
several months at his old home lose of each school month and re- Phis will be the first regular business while Prless day und evenlnx dresses' veryggestlve I

Pittsburg, Pa. Mr. Stevenson made I luests that parents sign and return "nd social meeting in the new club All dump.solvents will not remove all .] of that period. It Is Inresting We do not sell cheap I ,
i .. to note, however, that lhIrnpcrles .
the trip by automobile and during the i sport cards within two days. souse. All members urged to be it a Ins. For grease use alcohol, chloroform / are treated In an entirely! I meats -- We do sell the.

,t, Bummer. took a number of Interesting The county commisisoners of Duval) present promptly at four o'clock. and colors.or ether Other for solvents delicate are fhbrlcs' ben. limn) way, owing/ to fire fact thai best at reasonable !i 1'

to Canada.In : hey are now at the right slits uit.ot \ I
side trips, including have invited the county comlissionerr iln>>, gasoline and turpentine.In I
county prices
I GOOD the ,left, as In the original period'
Telegraph of Bradford and Clay coun- MEALSA removing grease spots from a fab- Tht| low waistline Is practically al l
a letter to the editor of the ties to meet with them, in Jacksonvillen GOOD PLACE TO SLEEI'AT rlc place a blotting paper under the \\'ajn retained. I

Mrs. Jennie Maude Taylor >> the. 10th inst., the object of the pot to absorb the diluted fat, so that Feature Black With Vivid Color. Phone 19, give
f BLACK'S BOARDING HOUSE then the solyont III I evaporated there .. I '
of Akron discuss the best Ar..nIh.. Worth evening dresser
now being to order
formerly of, Starke "neeting vlll not be a ring.A us vour and be v
LAWTEY, FLA. ,h..r.. It hardly a f.illiire! but
her hard roads of the I I an era
Ohio, asks to be remembered to toinU to join the fresh grease spot mug:! often INIemored iin-HHHinent of riches (tua inlKliIth I convinced. I.
counties. The delegates tohis under It '
espective putting. a blotter
4 many friends in Starke. Mrs. Taylor I by cloned eyes choose from the may
t Arcade Theatre meeting are J. H. Ritch F, S. I: Cold. Cause hap and loflutai ind pressing with s hot Iron. The enntlful mo<1 ls offered. Thin hues j I

y Is now organist at the :'latthews and W. E. Torode, of Law- !, .AXA17VE: PROMO! QIJINIKS TvMeU '_.....U. ..Tease goes Into the blotter. I..i Chewing| many beaded, evenlqj( \ Hemingrway's e,

in Akron and Is
career ey. !tW.: GROVE'S einnoMM ...to*. 3*. table and should never be Used mind crystal l bead In Jet and l In color 11

I round i an open lIam. INO many large canurhfinx In high,

ulom.. iibloeeton end jet motif sat

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6 6it l PAGE TWO" FRIDAY, O"COBER 6. 1',2_
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n ..
it I They call them airships, but it still .. -11111I1- mJ __L -
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ll Iy 1; W.C.T.U. COLUMN 11 takes gas to make them fly. 1 ----.;

cigarettes Adam was the name of the first man .

but as to the last one we don't care, \

Ta ,
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: If you don't believe that the law of
This interesting article given below I r supply and demand regulates prices,
i by Harris Armor R
was written Mrs. Mary
of hootch
just try to buy a drop
t a noted prohibition lecturer) who I1

jj IB accompanied on her tour by her ROBBING THE SOUTH .
daughter-in-law, Mrs. Beulah Armor, ..
a ,t ,
who in a daughter of Mrs E. J. Wainwright r
o H E. C. Bryant, the Citizen's correspondent -
and !sister' of N. D. Wainwright They areGOOD
at Washington announces
of this city: that the Republicans are collecting the
,The meetings in California for a "slush" fund with which they expectto

month preceding my sailing for New 10 swing Southern Congressional: district -
Zealand were full of interest. The into their rili.mn this fall. It r

I/ W. C. T. U. and the anti-saloon league is entirely characteristic of the G. O

I were working in perfect har.tiony and P.'s attitude toward the South that its
"with splendid enthusiasm for the Bay lids Cigarettt cad StUl'Money leaders think she can be won by brib- ....
; Wright act. "Wright is Right" without -
ery rather than by fair treatment. Mr.
I' a doubt and I believe that "Wrightthe Harding's secretary of war neglected
; I day" shall win." I cannot refrain United States, seeing what it has' his opportunity to render the South
from telling of the splendid work the done for men and business I
my my : constructive service when he turned
f women of San Francisco are doing. would certainly vote for prohibition.' : down Henry Ford's application for a

I Think of having the chance to speak In the two months I spent in the Unit- permit to carry the Mussel Shoals ,

+> 1 to 1,500 people In a prayer meeting ed States I saw only nine drunkenmen. project to completion.

1 J in San Francisco, as I did one evenin$ There are scores of public houses "Henry Ford," says the Washington "
:. at Dr. J. L. Gordon's church; the First in Wellington, and I could show you Times in a recent editorial, "has The. ,

Congregational.: They cheered until at leant nine drunken men for everyone offered to lease the Wilson and a supplementary -
1 the speaker had to come back and of these public houses( : at closing! dam if the United States

make her best bow. time (six o'clock p. m.) every day of will finish them and to repay in 100
Think of a meeting for women in the week." years their total cost, together with

the concert room of the Palace Hotelin This gentleman asked me not to use. the cost of the power houses and Installed -

San Francisco, when the room was his name, as' he is in a business! : : wherehe machinery. He also has offered Telegraphy
filled\ ) and all so eager to help that cannot publicly take sides. His to pay $5,000,000 for nitrate and

when at the close a call was made for testimony! is all the more remarkable auxiliary plants, to study the best

precinct workers, each one to take a and valuable in that he is not a speaker processes of making commercial fertilizer S

r book und canvass from house to house or a writer "0, you can do so and to sell the fertilizer at a

;: for the Wright act, the response was much good In the campaign( ," I said, net profit of never more than 8 per
no great and the way the women triedto but he replied that he could only use cent. In time of war he would turn I
get those books, in order to begin! his
knowledge in a private way from the whole enterprise over to the gov- 5
f 4 their tank, BO insistent, that one was man to man. ernment." .
reminded' n bargain sale. They All Praise Kemjltrt! of Prohibition The Washington Journal concludes: I

Then how I would love to tell about Another gentleman from Christ "If Ford's] offer. isn't enough, who offers I
t that wonderful spiritual and exceedingly ( Church, New: Zealand, says he takes more? Ford has named a way. "

I.. inspiring and informing Congress its' glass when he likes! but he believes Let his critics propose a better, or I!
of Reforms at Pacific Grove, prohibition is a good thing for the subside.. But If his critics did subside -

and of the lovely reception to Kathleen country and he is going to vote dry. ( the Republicans would continueto i iI
i ''I Norris and myself by the Wornt He says they will surely\ win this crucify the. South by denying her \

., t en's Club in their beautiful club house time, but the other man says it will this development. It is not by Ford's Is one of the necessaries f
,t ] never enjoyed l a reception quite so he> a bitter fight. critics that they have been influenced. ., II
: much, for at the end we adjourned to There is a very fine young man onboard I The voice of large.corporations, whose ] of life for Bradford

,, the audience room, and Mrs. Norris hardly more than a boy, who dividends would be threatened by
t and I spoke straightforwardly to a live! in Auckland. lie says his father what Ford proposes to do, has dictated I County people, and that
y large and enthusiastic company about and mother are strong prohibitionIsts their refusal. .

t the Wright act. As we finished, it and( that we must .surely, come to The Wilson dam' would produce this fact is becoming more
was heart-warming to hear the Inter- see them from 600,000 to 1,000,000 horsepower

ested comments and the eager queries Then there is an American gentle- of hydro-electric energy. But, be- and more recognized all

i.' 69 to where literature could be obtained man who is very pleasant He and I cause the Administration thinks more .
and how best to get to work ef- had quite a little talk about prohibi- 'of corporate interests than of Southern the time is seen by the

fectively. 0, I believe we can count tion. lie declared he never stood fort welfare, the .government's props

I p en the women, God bless them! that he always thought there oughtto erty is allowed to go to waste, the number of new subscribers .

Dropped My Cares Into the Pacific be !some way to stop the drink other South is deprived of a tremendous industrial .
The Maunganui sailed out of the than by law. He !Raid, also, that its asset and the farmers of the constantly added to

Golden Gate at 11:20 a. m., Augustthe too dreadful the way the law is country denied fertilizer at a lower

fourth, und immediately my broken, etc. (you know all that story price. No "slush" fund is big enoughto our list. Join the proces-

.. daughter-in-law and I found ourselves! : ) but added that no one can deny buy from the South forgetfulness
surrounded by so much loving kindness the great economic value of the law of that outrageous robbery.-Asheville sion, and find out whatis .
I and amidst. such novel scenes '"I in large business I
am n manufacturing (N. C.) Citizen.
that we could not indulge In any and and we employ a !great number going on at home
R' thoughts about leaving the dear ol(';II I of They used- to be
men always getting NEW FIGHT IN :.SENATE .
U. S. A. There had been times before -. hurt in the machinery, a I tinge and abroad

. i : that when I thought I could. nol t cut off or a hand or an arm or a le g Full Publicity for Income Tat 1'11)- I
i go, but at the Golden Gate I dropped I' crushed. Those accidents have beer ments is Proposed' 1 .
all my cares into the Pacific and tore I j enormously reduced. The men do better ,

gave me a perfect rest of faith about t; work und are better off in ('veryway. Publication of income tax returns

- everything and everybody. But the best thing. about it i is: so that the whole country may know
Crossing the Pacific Is so very different that if we hold the prohibition law who are the great millionaires, their

from crossing! : the Atlantic. TheileA for ten years, we will raise up a generation sources of income and the accumulation -' ,
4 is so calm! the air so balmy. There! that will not know what drink of wealth and power which mark

Is a bar on this !ship, and it seemed, Is." the passing years, and also the great "II
_fix'' very strange to me to sit at table While many on this boat drink some corporations, that are making enor- ,

}a r with people of seeming refinementwho and half of them are women, there mous profits, is to be the object of a Only $2.00 Per Year
1 ordered' wine or beer, or whisky are just as many who abstain. We l fight to be opened in congress with ,

ti and socks, 119 the case might be, as a sit at the table with the third officer, the beginning of the December ses I $1.00 for Six Months
matter of course, just as I would take | a very agreeable gentleman, who never sion. ,

tea or cogee. And I guess! you may drinks. The captain's table in right It is held that publicity will pre-<
; think it even more strange that I held next to ours, and( I have watched and vent tux frauds. The senators who in advance

my peace.I II have never seen him touch liquor." are planning this fight are looking to
had. told my daughter-in-law that One Drink Makes a Drunk the campaign now on in Wisconsin to / t.
ti a she must keep !still, not let a soul I asked a splendid gentleman from furnish the impetus necessary to the I I
I, ; know upon what errand we were !sailing -
Australia, who has traveled much and success of their move. Senator La- 1 1
:, or that I could talk. This for two to whom I
almost the boat
I everyone on Follette, having staged a "comeback"by II I
reasons: First, I am on this boat for to look if the II
seems up captain ever the largest! majority In the historyof
rest mind, voice and body. Second I indulged, He I
i replied very emphati- his state, is devoting hU energies
F ; wanted to hear what people holding ,! rally "0 of the officers ,
no, none ship's largely now to the fight to force pub
views different from mine would nay do. You know a man on duty Is licity of state income tax returns. In ,

about prohibition when expressingtheir considered drunk if he has had one fact, the question of whether the state \ .
free, untrammeled opinions drink." So far has scientific temperance !shall have the authority to publish Address all letters and remittances to .
r : Saw Only Nine Intoxicated Men in
brought us', even on thin side of
income tax returns promises! to be the

J I have. not Two heard Month a word. of ridicule the Another world. time I will to tell outstanding feature of the November Bradford
_ try something campaign. County TelegraphStarke
4' of the dry law on this boat for these of beautiful! Tahiti. My love Heavy Los. by Fraud
two weeks. One day as I stood quiet and
thanks to of
so our blessed
many Investigations already made
G ly gazing out to sell and thinking '
s I women who have remembered me soi cording to Senator LaFollette have Floridar
j'', I long, long thoughts, a gentleman from I I i kindly both In my joy and in my sorrow disclosed amazing income tax frauds ,
; Wellington, New Zealand, came and I' and God be with till
I you we meet within the state. One large
stood by me. I do not think he had again. corpora-
na tion, he asserts, has defrauded the
the faitvst idea that I was a lecturer
I I --- state of nearly $500,000: in taxes. He
_ or that I was going' \ to New Zealand! You can often tell a wise man by I
estimates that the tax frauds for Wisconsin .
l In the itlterests of !prohibition. In!! the the things he doesn't gay, alone will total more than $30-

; course of his conversation he said: 000,000.
"I have been to the United State I
"PascoOkra, eggplants and other The Wisconsin senator believes thatIf .
i to investigate with regard to prohibi.r I fall truck crops are looking fine. The !such a condition exists in his own \
) tion. We are going to vote on that outlook is encouraging.Some .
J !state, it prevail on a much largerscale '.
? question in our country this) fall. I throughout the nation. For this -

;' assure you that I went with a mind people never dip into other reason, Senator LaFollette, with the I. ..
A entirely unbiased. I went to see for I people's affairs. They plunge/ instead support of irregular Republicans and

myself. After spending a little more seek amend)
ran many Democrats, will to j .
U than two months 'Visiting San Fran the existing tax laws'so that the

cisco, Chicago, Pittsburgh, Dayton, .. It's known fact, though, that most treasury department, upon demand ;of I

i; j Ohio, New York City, and observing married women can keep a secret. congress, will be forced to furni;:n to

f.4, closely, 1 I\m convinced, that'Tlrohibi. They never tell all they know aboutthl'lr the public the returns of corpr.. ntlons
y tion in the United States 1:4 I 95 percent j I husbands. and individuals.Several ...
< <' efft'ttive. efforts have been made to I ,

r "I talked with men of large affairs, I And still, the fellow who knows his this end, but, none Acre successful. I ('.
who have numbers of employ I
o !great :
worth does not necessarily! have a Senator LaFollette" :. Attempted to pro :1
no" he continued. "They all say that II' ,
J cure the adoption of an amendment I'
good opinion of himself.
!? 14 without n doubt it id a great thing '
to enable congress to obtain income ,:
economically. One man who is in_ big I {
1 tat" return, but It was defeated by
business with many hundred of men When a fellow dies and l leaves a lot ,
a two voles. It is believed I the changes I
11 l'.nployed,8ald to me, 'I like my of debts behind him, with no moneyto
gl trlnk'j to \>e made by the election! in the
I wa never a prohibitionist, but ray, them, they might aptly be called Coming congress will make the pro- I _-

were to corns to a vote again in the a dead lost I pc.\Itl legislation possible |- ,


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I mess in Florida and has obtained .1. W. (*. r. ::: .::. ". .":. : -: .:..=:::--;:;. .__--- -_c':.. -_.:=::.: ;-=-::--:
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tract of over 1,000 acres on Old Tampa -- Junes, deputy sheriff land Edward A
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bay', within five miles' of Tnmmi > ilvu, deputy .shell\ finn comm (""1HI1' or. .-,

Ci.St;; htN ;;; I las the site of its plant The curpor i 'I', who were arrested<< several weeks '

: I tion is capitalized at $2,500,000. Th ago in Fernandina by United States OJ( lS0

corporation is to build a film city on prohibition enforcement officers on i ,
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the site and under the terms of its. charge of conspiracy to defeat purposes -

Told by Our Exchanges. contract with the Tampa board ot of the federal prohibition laws, THE UNIVERSAL; TRACTOR {

trade is obligated to spend $2,000()() U. S. Commissioner '
... were discharged by 4 P 1 1"Mi
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I' -- 000() ) in actual development and produc- Noble at Jacksonville Monday, the "i i

T h"ly i ,,,! of a darky was found near i| that shortage of expert workmen in tion work within the next five years. hearing which was continued and post

?,,l0le on a vacant lot west ofI i factories there has reached the acute with an expenditure of $1\00,01010!\ of poned several times, having been con- '

) ,.'d I cotton< warehouse building at I cigar maker in Tampa it working and this in the first :year. It is further ob- ducted that clay. The evidence broughtout / ,

Wednesday. The man ap- | stage. The request made to the bu- ligated to continue for ten
jakHI ," i ,II'tv' operations in the case was of such a character -I
( ,i I. bad! been dead for several i reau of immigration is that tho local years, with no shutdown in that tim as to not warrant holding/ the four .

fhi body was riddled with buck I Association be permitted to bring at of longer than six: months In any three men for the action of the federal

h'ty.. \It ,inquest was held Wednesday' 500 cigar makers here from years. Backers of the corporation are grand jury.Eighteen. f.O.Q.DETR0ITt

.,,,,on, Officials are unable to run'h'W" Cuba, paying the expenses of the men New York and Eastern capitalists and -
KU B clue leading up to the cause from Cuba to Tampa and if the work- Tampa men.Jacksonville's. thousand of the $20,00

t ; .,' murder. The negro answered : men desire to return to the island after collected in fines from the dozen confessed .

.. name of "Kid" and had been I the rush is over, paying their expenses biff! live oak, 25 feel wire tappers and confidence\

::111, .M>,d Friday and Saturday at the back. in circumference with a spread of 12,1 i men tried at Ft. Lauderdale last yen

.1' fin, 'tory feet is a baby compared with three I will be used by Broward county for

Albert J Jermgan, 30, of Jacksonville live oaks measured and photographedby construction of a county hospital! here

\ ',Ititt,\ of 126 ships of 216,052 tons : a world war veteran, took his Secretary Woods of the chamberof for charity and emergency cases, i it

'life Friday by inhaling! gas in a bath commerce, who will forfeit all expenses was announced today.

1'Jacksonduring' room at the Osceola<< hotel. The pic- of a journey of any doubter

I 11 HI of 202,436 tons, arriving andrurrIng ture of the girl, termed by him as the who will disprove these allegationsconcerning !! Beaten twice in twenty-four hours

/ the same month a year ago.: "swetest girl on earth" and about( live oaks standing in the was the experience<< of II. W. McGhee,

ef',, tuber 1922, however fell slight- whom he killed himself, will be buried Monarch Orange Grove, near Wildwood lately a shop worker who has been in

,hind the mark set by August! with him, it was said last night. The Sumter county. The great! tree Pensacola<< for some time. The first + it

,h ,. i 11ft l(! ships arrived and cleared. girl, an employe of the telephone office known as "Monarch," 60 feet around boating was administered while he t .

hI'. \uuust ships represented a tonal was mentioned in a note I left by I at its base; 37 feet around 4 feet was a prisoner in the county jail 4

>f 303,391. Of this tonnage, 121 him. He requested her picture to be I above the earth. Tree number 2 37 wherein were two other prisoners who

oastwise of 233,181 tons, and placed in his coffin.PassaGrille feet around 2 feet above ground, witha proved to be strike sympathizers

a live foreign of 70,207 tons. I limb 99 feet long, measured. Tree They worked fast on McGhee and he
famous as an all-yenr number 3 -18 feet around 2 feet above was seriously beaten before the turnkey

Ford" trucks and a crew of forty I IJ. resort, is now without a hotel exceptone ground, and the best specimen, but could reach<< and separate them.

iriived, at Ft. Lauderdale Mona ,I or two very small ones. The biggest not as gigantic! as old Monarch. All McGhee was In jail charged! with un-

J. r'Nim Jacksonville for work on the' hotel on the island. called the arc over 100 feet high. It is 50 to CO due familiarity with a woman, She

y- < lark development on the south| Pass-a-Grille, was destroyed by fire, feet to some of their first limbs. informed her brother of the advances Buy Your Fordson NOW :

\Jready they have a number of nothing being saved. The loss is estimated McGhee was released from jail after
Jill '
m loran buildings erected and have at $150,000 and the insurance During the early part of the week it was discovered that his ear drum ,
was! about $68,000. the Caloosahatchee river overflowedits had been broken and. he was sulTering
,,'" n the building and paving of the | At this amazingly low price you can't afford to
;; >; from East 'avenue, and from banks practically its entire I length<< seriously from the beating received), wait another day for Fordson Tractor. '
will build north on Andrew 1: Alex Granquist, convicted of the from the source. Lake Okeechoboe, to and when he walked out on the sidewalk your ,
Ihe they '
fie u, to the present Andrew avenue robbery of the Owen-Cotter jewelry the Gulf, a distance of some seventy and directly in front of the police There is no tractor made that can approach the

store here last winter was sentencedIto << miles, and overland transportation interfered station, Charles Faust. a fisherman, money value of the Fordson. Nor is there
a' nga a
| five years in the state prison by with. Reports from Fort brother of the woman, met him and Tractor

avocado pear-, weighing nearly t Judge M. A. JTcMullen\ in Cleiirwater. Myers are to the effect that the river gave him his second thrashing.' / Mc- made that can do more work for you.

[three pounds, eighteen and one-half I j The safe in the jewelry store was was higher: than for 12 years, and Ghee was badly hurt in the encounterand Remember, the very day your Fordson arrives, t

l1'h. around and large! enough to I blown open and more than )0,000:) in p-.uch higher,: than was thought; ponsi1)1. pleadc/I; for help. The police court I it is ready for any one of the 101 jobs it can do-

Jsupply at leastyeight people with salad diamonds' jewelry and watches ta- .; since drainage canals were put in was in session upstairs and several either
as a tractor or a stationary
|rat brought into Ft. Pierce Wedncs- ken. ard Lake Okcechobee lowered .several officers ran to the combatants! and power plant.

ial) morning from the place of Mrs I fee: Alarming: reports were in circulation separated them. The Fordson has proved to the 170,000 owners

[A. K Edwards on Sewalls Point. The In repairing! the roadway near Hollywood concerning the seriousness it that it has not only cut the cost of field work
'j Farms, about three miles from flood and of up-river com Edgar C. Fray, of Chicago, held in ,
eat i I is! unclassified and is the largest the safety / 30% to 50;# but that it has made substantial .
I Jennings, workmen dug up a complete LaBelle but while Dnda jail charged with
exhibited( here, it is be- munities, especially the county !
ll !penmen d.What I. ever I human.!: skeleton, the third found by the water ran through some of the first degree murder of his wife, Dor- savings on every job to which, it is put.. ""r r N
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the same men, who have worked this of life lit- last In local hotel, .
streets there was no loss! othy, February a Fordson figures '
are :
Was the greatest surprise of : road several times during the past tle damage to houses and so far as was granted liberty on $50,000 bond interesting-money-savers,
labor..savi'1g', drudgery-saving facts :
year Under the skull of the skeleton this afternoon Cir'uit'Judlle Davis you ought I
ihe week's catch was 5,800 pounds of I known no stock drowned. The princi- hy
'found Friday morning was a small to know. Come in, phone or write today. Y
I'alm Bea h. j
mullet averaging four pounds each pal damage was to the young/ crops, at West
Ifim Upthegrove and his crew !got the : iron box: which contained several perfect but the river section is not the only

mullet in a single haul of the net. I agate beads. One of the beads, sulfercr in that manner. Reports from 5,000 pound, semi-steel canting, the J. W. :

[Lake Okeechobee is now showing! good I about the size of a velvet bean, was Moore Haven are to the effect that largest casting! ever made in the foun- ANDREWS JR. ., a+

I.atches of mullet, while at one time it beautifully colored. serious damage was done to crops in dry here, was completed yesterday by Ford and Fordson :
Dealer t
I Works. The castingis Starke Fla.
| mullet could be secured that section. the Ocala Iron ,
was no that the
It is reliably reported wa-
a reinforced crusher frame, made
there. I Rassa to Naples
from Punta are
ters County officials are endeavoring to for the Crystal River Rock Company 1
with solid schools of Spanish
: alive (
Plant City has a fine, new fire engine I mackerel; wherefore, the fishermen unravel the mystery surrounding 1
the big American LaFrancetruek strange prisoner, apparently a victimof
,, having arrived recently, and I are anticipating a very prosperous amnesia, who was found wanderingat After wading through swollen waters -,

proving all that was claimed for it, i is! 1 season. the edge of the Everglades near and penetrating dense swamps,,
fire de- Homestead and who was carried to county and federal agents returned to
Plant City
now a part of Excitement was at a high pitch in GENERAL INSURANCE
Miami for identification. When pick Jacksonville from an extensive raiding -
fonse The truck cost about $12,000, Buchanan's restaurant of Wauchulaat
building, ed up, the man, who seemed to be trip in the Maxwell section of Du-
housed in
and will be a new about eight o'clock Sunday night: HAROLD C. WALL
about 30 years of age and well educated val county and reported the seizure of
to be erected shortly. A few people were sitting in the rear
talked intelligently of recent four copper stills and a largo! quan-
when dog broke
of the restaurant a
travels but told Sheriff Allen that he tity of mash. STARKE FLORIDAFIRE.
The authorities had taken no action through: the doors tried to jump thru ,

in the case of Elliott Smoake, 15, who 1 the show window and failing, ran toward could not remember his name or his LIFE BONDS AUTOMOBILE
wounded Finn home. He said he came here recently AH|
tabbed and fatally the people in the rear, who, ,
tannish, 21, during a quarrel at the I fearing the animal was mad, climbedon from Jacksonville. The initials G. W. "
found in his "You this man bcaned ? Jk.
Bunnell and it W. were clothing. say you
tried to
was/ said that unless the Stannish ,I knock the doff over with a chair. and "Yes, your honor. HAROLD HUME Wm.'P. SIMMONS D. A. MORRISON.Jr.
family filed charges against the younger I failed. By this time a crowd of perhaps Speeding in an automobile to Jacksonville "What do you mean by that? P.-Id.nt Vic.Prnid.nl SM. Tw.... ,
Pablo for medical atten- "He hit do koko honor,,
from me on your
boy, the incident probably was one hundred persons had gath- Best Fertilizers Insecticides Sprayers Poultry
ended tion for a rattlesnake bite on his right he tried to crack me nut, clammed me -

dosed. I ered the animal's and night career Officer with Dishong a bullet. The hand, W. D. Bacon, a solicitor for the on _de belfray, he-" Supplies Honest Goods Fair Prices r

The eastbound freights train at De- dog's head was severed and sent to Eagle Laundry Company, sustained "Will some one please Interpret for Prompt Shipment
Eleventh cuts and bruises about his body whena the plaintiff ?"
Funiak struck truck and they reporthe
a University
killed Elijah Cum- I the State rear wheel came off and he was '1 will, your honor," said/ an obliging Ask. your neighbor.--II. know
street with
haa. T.crossing It. Padgett and was slightly in- was not -I afflicted- I thrown to the roadway. Bacon was i witness. "lIe means the accused C.t New July lit price. list, JUST ISSUED.E. .

jured. The track is In plain view for An unknown person believed to be removed to St. Vincent's hospital and bounced a rock on his Ivory dome."- 0. Painter Fertilizer Co, JacktonviOe, Fit,.
reached describedas attendants said his condition was not Birmingham Agc-Hernld.!
half a mile before the train the same one who has been
I World". left serious. Unless complications set In
in the
the crossing at this point. the"The marks meanest of his meanness at the the hand he will be released from the IIK'II TAKE: A CHANCEA : WATEn ILL j

when sanitarium in a few days. The soli- -
Officials of the Tampa Cigar Manu Catholic church Thursday night who had started Watermill, Oct. 0.-J. U. Brown
just a
the locks off the mite boxes citor was bitten while at Pablo. He man pa. 1886 I
facturers' Association state that every he twisted inside the church leaving: them immediately started to Jacksonville in per in a strange town was interrogating spent Friday afternoon in Starke onmsiness. )

of the laundry company's trucks one ethis early advertisers on the s
wide in evidence of his con one y.
gaping:' church and the and while approaching "dead man's" response to be expected from the citi- Mrs. C. A. Lewis was the guest of .
tempt for charity, I her daughter, Mm. Stoke, of New
ASPIRINSay curve on the road between Neptuneand zens. DAVISINSURANCE
poor. Pablo, one of the rear wheels was "Now, there's Deacon Brown," he River, last week.! i

Jacksonville city officials announced thrown. The machine headed towardsthe said. "1(0 has the reputation selling/ J. W. PinhoUter, of Brooker, walt

"Bayer" and Insist! South that a new eity map, drawn side of the road, dragged a few lots of hardware. Would he be likelyto here Saturday afternoon attending to

by John L. Crary, civil feet and then turned over on its side. spend much money in advertising bUlLlnellS.
and compiled J. M. Groover of Graham in .,
has been placed on record. Bacon was injured when the car turned ? )
This engineer they, point out, now makes it over. The machine was badjydam-( "Waal," drawled the native, reflectively our section Monday morning/ busi ,
wouldn't exactly that ness.
to aged. say
possible for any abstract concern he'd go to h-1 fer a nickel, but he'd J. H. Brown and daughters, Reba !
for pieceof STARKE
lr=J V make out an in abstract the city. It is any claimed At an approximate cost of $40,000the fish around fer one till he fell in.- and Rhoda, O. W. Thomas and daugh. I r
property tt'r Morrel !Mr. and !Mrs. A. L. Thomas

that this has been impossible in the Salvation Army will erect a new Hlnsdale ((111.) Citizen.
and children, Mr. and Mrs. W. Tyler -
to the fact that certain home in Orlando. The building will
past, owing and sub-divisions were not recorded be constructed of stucco and will be The new< generation is a swift" one., W. R. Hodge and son attended. SEABOARD TRAIN SCHEDULE f '
tracts services and also the burial of Mrs.
according to law and that there erected on the lot now occupied by The parent sets the pace and the kid -

official of the sections. the organization. It will be three ahead. Gatlin at Dcdan Sunday. (In effect April 30, 1922).
was no map skips on
stories in height and have a complete Mrs. W. F. Malphurs and sister, Southbound
waless. the name "Bayer" on -
;, r kegs or you on nee tablets you are not getMng Two moonshiners, an unidentified modern arrangement to meet all requirements If you can't sidetrack trouble, step Mrs. Jane Malphurs and son, of No. 1 reaches Starke at 11:40: p. .. 1

( the genuine Bayer product proimbed man of 55, and a barefoot boy of 13, of the organization. over it. Starke, spent Saturday and Sunday No. 3, 10:59: a. m. ..i f
by physician over' twenty-two here with relatives.
s K-ani' and& proved safe by millions for were killed In a pitched battle staged No. 21, Cedar Key Train, 4:58: p. n.
f'olds" Headache withid a few blocks of the heart of Ernest McCutcheon, engineer on the FOILED No. 15/ Limited, 2:15 p. m.

Toothache Lumbago St. Petersburg, when fire was openedon Sumter county drainage project and To Stop a Cough Quick

Earache Rheumatism the sheriff, a deputy and two city Judge McCullom, of Bushnell, are examining take' JlA YES. HEALING: HONEY.* a Newsboy ( railroad to Northbound .
r on car,
Neuralgia Pain, Pain police officers .ho were acting on a : court records of Lake preparatory cough medicine which Mop the couth by latest gentleman No 2 arrives Starke 5:19: a. m. t
the inflamed and Irritated timue occupant-"Buy) tho No. f''
which healing 4 at 4:03: p. m.
t Aowpt only "Bayer" package DOXM tip that a consignment of illicit liquor to a drainage project between A box of GROVE'S; O-PEN-THATE work of Edgar Guest, sir?" No. 20
nntainn direction Handy Cedar Key Train, 8:47: a.
twelve proper tablets coat few cent*. Drugt would be brought as a part of a reg- Okahumpka and Mascotte to Join withSumter' SALVE: for'Chest Cold. Head Colds and Gentleman-"Not! I am Edgar Guest tf ,
also of 21 and 100. Croup to AooiuHMj with every bottle ofHAYES' imseir." No. 16, Limited, 5:66 p. to.Wannea t
soil bottles
ular weekly shipment delivered every drainage project which will HEALING HONEY. The salve Branch a "
"pirin I.I the trade mark of Bayer Newsboy-"Well, buy 'Man In Low.er .
anufuctiira of llonoaceticacidc dhryhcseid. Friday night. reclaim 22,000 acres of al fertile land should be rubbed on tile cheAt and throatof No. 101 leaves SUrke 7:43 {
children suffering from a Cold or Croup Ten. You ain't Mary Roberts a. i
as thero is in the United States and 'Honor In- Rinehart ?" WrlUjs No. 104 arrlres Starke 8:15 .. .'
'! tltart of H T HmJinl are you Month- p.
West Coast Studios ...J'.1: :,:: annhbMd with the boallo*lOncc of S
Florida '
Only One "BKUMO QUININE"I: The a thus continue down the the I T. J. GRDTIK.r" .
county I."",,.5 OPao-Tral &.!*. tbroutfb. CD. pofvtt of ,
I ..t he nanin....11 for foil same. motion picture producing corporation trucking interests UM kla woo _.,..eowA.Bnth .. Agent<
now established .
IvUHaOMU QUININE. roolforaienarur."tq at miniNfl' an ptrkwi In ea.a.rao, a.t lb. If money is so plentiful, why don'tg
fcW.ciujVB. Cnrn Cold la 2E* operating under a Maryland charter, Whitney. cot of UM combined '-11a1Sa. _
oaaD'a4. get 0"""" ubscrib. for the Ter.iraph.
id hc>di<:b.. ..>! eJ..c iak roar druggist for HAYES- _- .
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I t Ti ii | berly, Miss Ethel Ricks and II. C.

: County News Items | to Wimberly, Jacksonville, Jr., were Friday.buaines svisitors Do you enjoy this

\ \ | C. M. Click, of Jacksonville, was attending -

\ InUrxtlntf Facts Gathered During the Week by Our to business here( Friday.Mr. t

lIr l I 71 Regular Correspondent and \Mrs. Raymond Bell of Cash

, ,' .1''. I "\ '" I Point, arrived Saturday for a visit perfect insuranceto

Ir ,' Ia 1 --- I I with his brother, D. E. Bell.
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i Bryant Reddish, of Lawtey, spent
j: )t liltOOKEK"I I to his residence. Sunday here with Max Wimberly.
,f; Moss Hewitt, of Five Mile, was a
"t Rrooker, Oct 0.-G. B. Colson was business visitor to Lake Butler Mon- II. C. Wimberly, Jr., left Sunday for
; I Island Grove where he has accepted funds
\ checking
transacting business in Gainesville I
,. i day.Mrs. a position. I
i\ {I' r Wednesday.. Anderson has returned to Jack-
Miss Maggie Crews left Tuesdayfor
Mr. and Mrs M. P. Matheny and sonville, after a visit here with her
two weeks visit with her sister
P I children were visitors to Waldo Tuesday daughter, Mr. J. F. Bennett. a ,
li i, Mrs.! J. O. McCormick, of Wildwood
r afternoon. Miss Trumie and Jimmie Rimes, of Miss Beth returned Tues-
) l Jno. () teen, of Newberry, !spent a Miller, were guests of Mrs. A. C. day from a visit Wimberly with Mrs. Chas. Din- We give each commercial depositor -

.. Jk"" few days! here last week with his MO- Strickland Saturday.
: kins, at LawUy.
without Insured
1 charge Super-Safety
.J \ ther, Mrs Emily Abbott.M. T. J. Rimes, of Miller and son, J. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Crews and I son ,

\. ', i. here. Dukes Thursday., of Hve !Mile, was a visitor D., motored to Lake Butler Satur- returned Plant Tuesday City. form a business tripto checks, together with vest pocket 5 UPER SAFf_ YJ

' G. M. Shelby, of Gainesville, was a day.Ardell Drawdy, of Five Mile, was Mrs. J. A. Starling left Saturdayfor insurance bondalteration for 1000.00 1 pro .
'r prominent visitor here Tuesday. transacting: business in town Monday a visit with relatives in Lawtey.

, ;'d,1'1 \ Mr. Norris, traveling salesman of morning their chicken farm.A. tecting him against loss through fraudulent
{ t,' Jacksonville, was transacting business Mrs Iva Sprinkle, of Ocala, spent A. Crews is able to be out again
I Ii I f i here Thursday. the week-end at home with her mother after a severe illness. of his checks. This eA P E R

;: ; P. M. Barefoot and family and Mr. and son who are ill Brooks Moseley and Preston Johns,
''r< and :Mrs. R.,T. Owteen spent last Wednesday Mrs. W. J. Epperson, of ,Starke, visIted of Jacksonville, visited relatives here relieves our depositors of the menace
'.. ; afternoon in Graham. friends in Lake Butler last Thurs- during the week-end.

r''If I ''Jr t Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Andrews and day.The of "check raisers"---a menace that cost
children, who have been here for the many friends of Mrs. A. C. RAIFOltD
!r'\ past week visiting relatives, returned Strickland regret that she is yet con-. the American checking public last

))1\j. ',1'' to their, home in Winter Haven Fri fired to her bed. Raiford, Oct. 6.-Mrs. J. C. Jones

I, day. Rev. Doyle preached Sunday morning and little son, Billy, returned to their year the sum of $30,000,000.00.A .
1,1:I \ Mr. and Mrs I' M. Barefoot and : and evening at the Baptist church.A home here Monday, after visiting her
' : daughter, Inez, and Eunice Hazen business meeting of the W. M. U. sister, Mrs. W. W. Farnell, in New
spent last Thursday afternoon in Lake held at the Baptist church Tuesday Smyrna, for a week special insurance certificate issued by the

1 ,a I Butler. evening was well attended.. Messrs. C. II. Hunter, B. J. llen- Hartford Accident & Indemnity Company is
\t G. W. Andrews, of New River, was Friends. of Mr. and Mrs. John'Blair dricks,and W. It. Andrews spent' Mon-
' 1 ." transacting business here Friday. regret to learn that they are confined day in Lake Butler. furnished. If you are a commercial account depositor -
) a
,Ir'' Misses Lorene Hazen and Lottie to their rooms with sickness.Mr. Avery Tyson, of Jacksonville, spent of this bank in and
f" and Mrs.. Dick Hewitt visited come get yours.If .
' j t Gainey, of Lawtey, accompanied by last week-end at his home here.
''/I, } Miss Eva Reddish, spent the weekend relatives at Little Springs Sunday. Messrs. A. D. Andrews and Lacy
y+ here with homefolks. Miss Loca Anderson spent the week Cason were business visitors to Lake you are not a commercial account de- .
; :Marvin Hazen was a visitor to Law- end with homefolks at Ruiford. Butler Monday.Mr. .
; r. : tey Friday afternoon. Miss Mae McKinney, of Guilford, and Mrs. S. T. Dowling, of Lake positor of this bank, bear in ,mind we stand f.1'i

.I, } 1-1 D .W. Hazen was on the sick )list spent ((Saturday and Sunday with Mr. Butler, were visitors In town Sunday ready to give you this positive protection im- SAFE
''I ,at; 1 last week. and& l Mrs M. L. McKinney. afternoon. '
. r ':f., The literary society was a success Mesdames P. M. Padgett: and T. M. Misses Perla Whitten and Vonnie mediately on opening an account with us. PEA'

' J'1.. Friday night and all present enjoyed Piherd delightfully entertained last Cribbs were visitors to Lake City during 1.1 tacs
'Il i i J,,': the proRranf very much. Friday afternoon at the beuatiful res- last week. S

R. A. Weeks spent Monday transacting iilt-tce of Mrs. P. M. Padgett, with a Eustis Crews was a visitor over to 5c-c :
j. t f I business in Jacksonville. miscellaneous! shower given in honorof Worthington Sunday. Bank of Starke =

A 't Mr. and Mrs R. A. Weeks and children Miss Lilly Colson, the bride elect. Leon Dowling was a visitor to Heil-

, ,{fl' : spent Saturday afternoon at The parlor and library were decorated bronn Springs Friday afternoon.
I ""t \ Hampton Beach. with cut (flowers. The guests arrived I
, .n'1 rf + Mrs. S. V. Andreu was on the sick promptly at 4 o'clock and after greet- GRAHAM
; )lint last week. ing the bride-elect several piano selections '
Jesse Cason, of New River, was a were rendered by Misses lIen- Graham, Oct. 6.-Messrs. Geiget- The Bank 'of Helpful ServiceE.

11. e. visitor here Monday morning rietta Padgett, Georgia Epperson and Barry and Will Jones were business

:\ ." : '. E. J. Ward, of Gainesville, was a Willie Mae Johnson. Then selectionswere visitors to the county seat Monday.Mr. S. MATTHEWS, President GEO. C. WHITE, CashierAlachua
visitor here the first of last week. enjoyed on the phonograph and and Mrs. John Hyde, of Palat-
''j'(" Miss Thelma Thomas spent the readings from Misses Connie Padgett ka, are here for a few weeks visit BE -

.., : week-end with homefolks at Cooler and Willie Mae Johnson enjoyed. with relatives and friends.
\ I pond. A guessing contest was next in or- Messrs. Geiger Barry and Bob Sur-

l'' A number of the young folks en- der., Each guest was given a card and rency were visitors to Hampton) Wed- I
l; joyed a social at the home of Mr. and pencil and required to guess the presents nesday.

1+ ,: Mrs. T. C. Hazen Saturday evening that were arranged on the table Miss Lois Moody is home after several County's Foremost
rt.r Music and games were enjoyed. Those for the bride. After the guessing the I weeks visit with Miss Eunice Mc- Shopping Center = =

l 1 present were Misses Eunice and Lo- packages were placed in a basket and, Kinney, of Green Cove. .1

''t :I rene Hazen, Mana Aridreu, Eva Red- the charming little daughters of :Mrs. Frank Walker, of Vermont, is visiting Shop Through Our Mail Order
i ; di sh.CUra: Cone, Iva Colson, Inez< P. M. Padgett and Mrs.T. M. Riherd, his sister, Mrs. Mildred Hyde.

Abernathy, Messrs.! Marvin, Ralph and Bertie and Lucile, acting cupids, Misses Carrie Green, Viola Star-
t Vascoe Hazen, Livingston Russ, Lewis Drought the, basket-to Miss Lilly, who ling, Florrie Ward and Jane Call, e
' ; .1 Shriver, Claude Crosby opened the packages, and each one enjoyed Messrs. Gentry and Joe Call, Violas r ti

H. K. Mills and family, of Graham, viewing the contents. and John Reynolds attended the par- QuarifYj 1 __
. r ty,1l i, were visitors at the home of E. T Delicious refreshments were servedby ty at the home of Mr. Dryden at Ziff( 1fi
1 J Stewart 'Sunday. the hostesses, assisted by Mrs. De- Thursday night. ce

I 1 t :'!Jr. and Mrs. Dave Dukes, of Alnchua Witt '1'. McGill, consisting of banana Miss Carrie Green entertained the CAINESVItUB'.FLOniDA:

i'y y were visitors here Sunday afternoon salad, saltines, colTee and whipped junior and intermediate girls and boys
: 1 I at the home of I. W. Pinholster' cream. Saturday afternoon at a tea party. I

t G. B. Colson, It. P. Gainey, A. A. The bride-elect was gowned in white Interesting games were enjoyed and Largest Stock of Ladies' Ready-to-wear !
Dry and
\\1 i Hazen were visitors, ,to. Starke Monday crepe do chine, with accessories to then Miss Green, assisted by Mrs. ,

match Mildred Hyde, served sandwiches, ice Notions in Central
.t j J. R. Kddins: of Gainesville, was Messrs. Math Dukes and Marcus tea and cake. All reported a nice. Florida.
:i transacting business! here Tuesday Dekle, of Five Mile, visited relativesin

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visitors to Worthington Sunday" afternoon Ben Duke and sop, Dewey, of )Five meets every Saturday afternoon'at 3 _
; Mile, were visitors to Lake Butler on oVlock: Frances :Murrhee, lender. ) (;: (!"""" ['! .
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:.. Fred Hazen, who has been Joins relief Sunday Rev. Crosby, of Sampson, will
r wpjrk at Otter Creek and Sumnerfor Miss Mae Duke, of Five Mile.'was preach at the BaptlsJ church Saturdayand Mrs. Martha Gatlin died at the GROCERIES
o" ,.'' I the'past ten days, returned home a guest of Miss Norma Dekletur- Sunday. : home of her son, Mr. Henry Gatlin,, ,

.n"i: Sunday. ; dt>. !Miss Elsie Dirt, of Louise, was n near Graham, early Saturday morning Our variety of groceries and foodstuffs is so great thai w i
:1 D. W. Ifazen and daughter, Eunice, Mrs. P. P. Dekle, of Five Mile, visited visitor here Saturday afternoon. September 30, aged 75 years The can supply any appetite. Our prices are so reasonable, no po."
.: 'were visitors to Hampton Sunday. relatives in town :Monday.A interment was at Dedan cemetery on etbook need feel the strain. This is a good place to come and

:: .1, Mrs. A. J. Pinholster, of LaCrosse meeting of the school board wa !SAMPSON:; CITY Sunday afternoon, Rev. J. II.. Kelly. b bottar place to keep coming. ,

'r$' was n vistior he/e Sunday. held Monday at tho council room, All conducting the obsequies.The BOYD'S GROCERY STORE

AV. A. Crosby, of LaCrosse, was attending members were present. Sampson City, Oct. /0.-Mrs. W. T. deceased hud lived in Bradford .' J.
.1.11'\i I to business here Monday. Mrs. Handley[ is ill at her home on Roberson'! returned hame Thursday county nearly all her life, having' \ Prop. ,

f;, .1 i, Mrs. I.V.. Pinholster, Jr., spent Dekle street. from Tampa where she spent a week come here with he:* parents from I } mm >": ""' [::Hlg3IJ:
; ':" \ Tuesday In Ahu-huu. Harry Loner, of Five \Mile, was II visiting her friend, Mrs. Chas. Ross. South Carolina in carry: girlhood. Her .
I'' Ward few days df beautiful character causes her deathto I ----------------
spent n business visitor to town Saturday. T. V. Williams Is Polptka this
. + .t.l'" last week in Jacksonville. i Tht program! rendered the school week visiting his sister, Mrs T. C, be a grout. loss l to her Many friends.bTU.UVHEURV Unhappy In FriencUhlo. Copper In Ancient Day
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', j' Mrs. Anna Mnrrh, of Starke,I I house last Friday evening was fine Thomas.Mr. PLANTS!, their friends They may -melvet Copper, among the ancient 11,
. '! 'pent the week-end hero with her and everyone present enjoyed the 8e. and :Mrs. Vf: II.. Smith and lit- MO/ II."<>i n,. I'roiirMlva 01. B e so thoroughly! gfnulninnd. 1 Klncer 1 was used In mphing' helmt'
superb ttverbvnrlntf; l'huto lu and o'bcr' I ,
< Implement !
) -, .>the, Mrs. S. J. Kelly. lection. tle daughter, Dotha, motored to Hawthorne ,II'''. red to your door at pmiwi thut they expect: nil Hu-lr, frloixls to be : r ir
;' 1 r. T. Stewart was a.visitor to Hnmp- Miss Lilly Co1"on, of Jacksonville, Sunday and spent the day with } luiuuiM for ti.iltlor a copy only of our 760.VViue foul. the saint-, told ah.+.n Ilk.\ discover' I should preislmi l II.."bow renderfdbor of .1,1 I fi n 1 it

e t. 'a Saturday. was the guest of Mrs. J. E. Maines his parents, Mr rd Mrs.\ R. If. Smith. c" "r '.Iler iluaeriblntr mow I little fnulla In their idols' they f..,,l the Copper 1 \ not hive hi,mi" .
I', '': B. .Y. P. U. Sunday evening eight; this week. Mrs T. C: Thomas and daughters, than!>.81)()..rartotloa WALLCH of &plinta.I HK.OS ilisapfiolntmi-nt:' meal! umtely. Jo not these uses i-uj'd without the nrlaessing

) j 1, "litck., Mrs I. W.: Plnholstar, lend Rev. S. S. Proctor spent Saturdayand I Mabel I, Doris and Ovieda Van, returned ,',. -'HI-li JLIJ'.J.ARK.. I. pitch l your xtandurd loo high then you I some forgdtten sl" rri'rlnq ,
lesstlkety to have Idol! .
t In Columbia your shat th,- .i'lil 'iiM'l- ,
I I Sunday county.A to their home In Pnlatka Saturday --- tered. t n un'l'
I J .,, I 'er."Itt.. P.I Matheny has already ginned .E. Proctor visited friends at after a three weeks' visit here with PERFECT HEALTH I never Try ii to npp ronu<>icu mber us,! If that we observe frlchdswill .'. iixin\ a'e'tn iiiul.c- It tod', N

, I *bo\it lxty-nve hales of cotton and -1npp SaHwlay evening her mother, Mrs. Josle Hall. Tutt'" Plll b..p 111. .r.lom In perfect y i two dimple rules: oaf I .. '
I I ( tfiltiks he will get about twenty more Nat Stokes of Miller. motored to, Messrs. W. H. Smith, Jim Vat-no ord.r. Rouulal lh. bowol a.d produea i( what they! are; (2) to up'rt then to -- -
: 1 .'I'! ,.1.11- Lake Butler Monday. and T. Y. Williams motored to the A VIGOROUS BODY I 1100" just Unit I 'Llnee to Bt(, p-ir : n' ,, r I t : Mr.' And Mrs. J. B. Milt and chiln Mrs: Hires is the guest of her county lat Saturday. A .ov.r Ign rem.d" for .Ick J hc. V I _____
't1? a +| # ,-of Jacksonville, are hr r>n 1t \ daughter, Mrs. II. S. Miller, of Miller\ Mrs W. S.A'abb is In Jacksonvillethis caiutipatlon.Trail's j \ only day we liov: Ih.l l" ''I<
signify In the \\li .
,i.\ J,: arts Miss Edna Enerscifl, of Alachun, Mrs. E. II. Smith left Thursday for bear Wham In mini traveling that one olmlc-rs should nlwnyi not umlcrHtniid. ;great bin/ I .w.. m.: ,
.j orient the week-end with homefolks.Bill Valdosta, Ga., where-she has accepted i>o Worms in a llaaltky Child find their Into the opt te play It, and DOW Is our tWIt Thkunv t
f""; LA1C1IlU'rLER t, Stewart and family left Monday employment. All ehlJo\rea\ troubled with Worms have an ...- a lotion way for bathing eyes.unit An n teY'eyecup : It In 11 part of jctlnn.whlnlnu. n
-r., for Novrberry, where they will R. A. Jones was a visitor to Graham : hnhy color! ,which luillc, te. poor blood lad ae a Onxsefd should be I Inrlii'lert In It It a pert of love.
.Lake Butter. Oct. 6.- J. J3. Howard, make their home. We regret to lose Saturday. rule CKOVES, the.a TASTELESS Is more: or lees CHILL stomach TONIC, aoc n>nuInrly .-. !( A boraolc acM solution yourpackage will cynlclMu. It Is for tn to cxpresrIn :

-: of Dukes, motored to Lake Duller on this family, yet we wish them success. W. E. Jones, of Lake Okeechobec, for two or three week wilt enrich the bluod. be found soothing for eyes that are lnflnmed terms" lor huinnu hclpfuliu' ss!' I' J }

r .I j : Monday. Mr. Reach of Newberry, will take the is here visiting his parents, Mr. and Improve Tnnic thedlnoatlon.iad to I hit whole iy act.tem.at anenertlScroDUthralnit Natora. will rhen- from dust wind\ or foreign mss sail wo kiiou-foxp..d..ncp. for wu hove learned fi '
t !"; r.fessrs.V.. II. Parker Wnl. Smith work here Mr, Stewart had In charge :Mrs. R. A. Jones. throw off..Jlw.th 1 River business bi perfect b.Plee""ollO" .... ..- 73c bottle of lire li'rtd-i tcwurj! decay and wa>'
; 1 and Merritt, ,pf New were and We welcome his .family to our Mrs. B. B. Saunders, Valdosta, POT David Slurr, Junlau.
h', .', .visitors to Lake Cutler Monday!! Midst. I IIf Ga., returned to her home Thursday I r-, .. d
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.,Ned Bielling, of Providence,' motor. after a visit with her parents, :Mr. and To Cure a ColJ One \hay Worth-While Quotation.
ed1 to Lake Butler Monday: .. If money is so plentiful, why don't Mrs. J. D. Sloan. fee,. LAXATIVE PROMO QUININE (Tablets ) To be good Is noble but to teach More Metam rphOII..
(" 4 Dr. W.: II. Lee had added a porch 4tupft.. the<'uu iSUVK'"tcieoaiursuceubboalf ej ers how to be good .U nobler-and Man used to have a hobby Vow If
t Ifl we get ours. Bob Warren of Palatka, motored i mu. t: W \ > "I MM trouble.-Mark Twain. M has a hobby It I U a balr.

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